A) Is it physiologically possible that Max's driving was impaired even though he had consumed only three beers? Factor in Max's height of 5’8” and weight of 200 pounds (91 kg), as well as that he has just played a long game of football.
B) What other factors influence the rate of alcohol absorption or breakdown that could have affected Max's BAC?
C) How can all of these factors influence a decision about whether or not “three beers after a game is really too much?
These solutions may offer step-by-step problem-solving explanations or good writing examples that include modern styles of formatting and construction of bibliographies out of text citations and references. Students may use these solutions for personal skill-building and practice. Unethical use is strictly forbidden.First thing we should do is to calculate BAC (blood alcohol concentration), which correlates to level of impairment during the ride. Most of the necessary information are provided, but there are some important information about last night party missing that are necessary to determine if it is physiologically possible that his driving was impaired. Very important factor to calculate BAC while he was driving is the time that has passed since the last drink, because result dramatically changes with every hour (BAC decreases 0.25 per hour). Using standard calculators to measure BAC, assuming that maybe party has started 2 hours before he left home, and that he drank 3 standard drinks (3 beers of 12 oz...
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