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Chapter 29 / Exercise 11
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40. If you're a cigarette smoker and you're ready to quit, which of the following tips should you try? A. Keep your cigarettes somewhere inconvenient, such as a friend's house. B. Spend time in places that encourage smoking. C. Take up smoking cigars, because you don't have to inhale them. D. Keep cigarettes around your house to remind you what you are trying to give up. ANS: A
REF: 167 OBJ: 7.14.1 MSC: Applying 41. Difficulty standing and walking and passing out occurs at which of the following blood alcohol concentrations (BACs)?
REF: 149 OBJ: 7.2.3 MSC: Remembering 42. Increased sociability and talkativeness occurs at which of the following blood alcohol concentrations (BACs)?
REF: 149 OBJ: 7.2.3 MSC: Remembering 43. Coma or probable death occurs at which of the following blood alcohol concentrations (BACs)?
REF: 149 OBJ: 7.2.3 MSC: Remembering 44. Poor muscle coordination; short-term memory loss occurs at which of the following blood alcohol concentrations (BACs)? A. 0.05-0.07 percent B. 0.08-0.14 percent C. 0.15-0.24 percent D. 0.25-0.34 percent
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ANS: D
REF: 149 OBJ: 7.2.3 MSC: Remembering 45. At what point after quitting tobacco does the carbon monoxide level in the blood drop to normal?
REF: 166 OBJ: 7.14.1 MSC: Remembering 46. At what point after quitting tobacco does the lung cancer death rate for an average former smoker (1 pack a day) decrease by almost half?
REF: 166 OBJ: 7.14.1 MSC: Remembering 47. At what point after quitting tobacco is the ability to smell and taste is enhanced?
REF: 166 OBJ: 7.14.1 MSC: Remembering True or False 48. Tobacco use is the single most preventable cause of death in the United States.
REF: 145 OBJ: — MSC: Remembering 49. Another name for heavy episodic drinking is binge drinking.
REF: 146 OBJ: 7.1.2 MSC: Remembering 50. More than 90 percent of college students drink alcohol to celebrate their 21 st birthdays.
REF: 146 OBJ: 7.1.3 MSC: Remembering
51. The intoxicating substance found in beer, wine, and liquor is methyl alcohol or methanol.
REF: 148 OBJ: 7.2.1 MSC: Remembering

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