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Week 5 Questions a. Use Concrete Language Imagine that you work for a middle school and want to help teens develop healthier habits. How could you present these descriptions in more concrete terms? To what can each be compared? You might consider illustrating some of these with consumption over time (for example, a pack of cigarettes per day for a month or a year). 1. A pack of cigarettes can cost \$14.50 in New York City. 2. In New York City, a pack of cigarettes can cost \$14.50. If you smoke a pack a day that would cost approximately \$5,292.50 a year. 3. Average food orders at Chipotle have 1,070 calories and 2,400 milligrams of sodium. 4. The average sodium intake for a thirteen-year-old is 1,300 milligrams while the average caloric intake is 1,800 to 2,600, compared to an average food order at Chipotle that can have 1,070 calories and 2,400 milligrams of sodium. 3. A 16-ounce bottle of soda can have 44 grams of sugar. 1. One 16-ounce soda can have 44 grams of sugar and if you consume 8 cans a day that is 352 grams of sugar a day.

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• Spring '16
• Business, concrete language, average food

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