You try to keep a close eye on your alcohol intake and never consume more than 3 standard drinks of alcohol in an evening. But honestly, you like drinking and you want to make sure you consume the full 3 standard drinks (no more, no less). This is relatively easy as long as you have standard 5% ABV beer or 12% ABV wine. However, it gets more complicated when you get some drink with a different alcohol concentration. - Essay Prowess
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# You try to keep a close eye on your alcohol intake and never consume more than 3 standard drinks of alcohol in an evening. But honestly, you like drinking and you want to make sure you consume the full 3 standard drinks (no more, no less). This is relatively easy as long as you have standard 5% ABV beer or 12% ABV wine. However, it gets more complicated when you get some drink with a different alcohol concentration.

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You can choose 2 questions to complete. For example, if you don’t want to do any math, you could skip question #1 and just do questions #2 and #3. If you can’t think of 3 strategies for question #2, you could just answer #1 and #3

If you answer all three questions, I will grade #1 and #2 and will not grade question #3.

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1. You try to keep a close eye on your alcohol intake and never consume more than 3 standard drinks of alcohol in an evening. But honestly, you like drinking and you want to make sure you consume the full 3 standard drinks (no more, no less). This is relatively easy as long as you have standard 5% ABV beer or 12% ABV wine. However, it gets more complicated when you get some drink with a different alcohol concentration.

If the goal is to drink exactly 3 standard drinks, how many ounces of the following beverages would you need to consume?

1. A stronger beer that is 9% ABV
1. Moonshine that is 180 proof
• It’s 5:15 pm on a workday. You just got to the bar and you were boasting about your prowess at drinking and your co-worker/frenemy took offense. Your co-worker has challenged you to a drinking contest!!! They were already kind of cranky because they have a toothache, and both of you are hungry since you haven’t eaten since lunch. Also, they are a little irritated since your boss wants to order cheesy nachos for the table and your irritable coworker is a vegan.

The two of you are both the same size and past experience suggests that you can normally both drink about the same amount of alcohol with the degree of effects (like sleepiness) at each dose- so you will need some sort of advantage to be sure you will win. This will probably be won by maximizing your alcohol metabolism/excretion and slowing/minimizing your alcohol absorption while minimizing your co-worker’s alcohol metabolism/excretion and speeding/maximizing your co-worker’s alcohol absorption.

If so, what are 3 things you could either do yourself or convince your co-worker to do in order to win this drinking contest (1 point for each thing you would do)?

• Let’s assume that you LOST the drinking contest in Question #2 and you now need to redeem yourself. You want to choose a person to challenge to a drinking contest and you want someone you think you will beat (you don’t need it to be impressive, you just need to guarantee a win).
• Based on the information we have covered in this class, would you challenge someone bigger than you, smaller than you, or the same size as you to have the best chance of winning? Explain why.
• Would you pick a male or female to challenge in order to have the best chance of winning? Explain why.
• Assuming that you are not allowed to pick someone who has consumed enough alcohol to damage their liver (in which case they might be completely unable to metabolize alcohol), would you pick someone who drinks every week or someone who never drinks to challenge? Explain why.

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