Look at example 6. Measure one shows the root position EAdd 9 arpeggio on the 6th and 5th strings. Notice how all we have done is move the 5 (from example 2) over to the 5th string.
Measure two mirrors measure one because it is just one octave higher. Next notice measures 3 and 4 in example 6. The fingering never changes because you're always playing on strings tuned a perfect fourth apart (5 frets). That's because the 3rd and 2nd strings are tuned a major third apart. Keep this principle in mind as it will serve you in all your studies.