HSC Together Year 11 Maths Standard: Blood Alcohol Content

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# Blood Alcohol Content

Blood alcohol content (BAC) is a measure of the amount of alcohol in your blood. BAC is influenced by the number of standard drinks someone has consumed in a given amount of time, gender and the person’s mass, among other health factors. This post will help you answer a range of BAC questions in Prelim Standard Math.

### How to Use the Formulas Involved in Calculating Blood Alcohol Content

The video below explains the formulas for finding BAC in more detail.

### How to Calculate a Female’s BAC

The following video explains the formula for finding a woman’s BAC.

### Further Blood Alcohol Content Explanations

The four-part video will explain finding BAC in greater detail.

##### Part 4: Applying the Formulas to Problems

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