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Which of the following statements is NOT accurate of blood alcohol content (BAC)? A. BAC is used to determine number of beverages consumed. B. BAC varies from one individual to the next. C. BAC is used to determine level of intoxication. D. BAC is the concentration of alcohol in a person's blood.

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  1. taramgrant0543664
    • one year ago
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    A is not accurate

  2. anonymous
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    The alcohol content in a drink can vary greatly (ex: 5% for beer vs. 23% for vodka). So the BAC does not determine how many drinks a person has consumed, it only determines how much alcohol is in the blood from the drinks. For instance, a person who consumes 5 beers at 5% ABV, would have approximately the same BAC as a person who consumes 1 vodka and tonic at 25% ABV (alcohol by volume), given that all other contributing factors are equal (ie. gender, weight etc.). So choice A is not correct.

  3. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    A

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