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The formula used to calculate the Blood Alcohol Content is based on the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration BAC Estimate
1. Number of Drinks: enter number of bottels or glasses.
2. Number of Fluid Ounces in one Drink: enter the number of fluid ounces in one drink.
3.Percent of Alcohol: enter the percent of alcohol. If the percent is 15% enter 15.
4. Click the "\Click to Calculate" button.
5. Use the Fluid Ounces of Alcohol number for the Male or Female drinkers
6. Enter Number of Hours drinking count the number of hours from the start of drinking to the time the calculator is used.
It should be understood that the result is an estimate of BAC
The estimate of BAC should not be used by individuals to decide whether or not to drive after drinking -- impairment can result from any amount of alcohol.
Type the number in the box and then click "Click to Calculate"
If the number is 6.7 then type "6.7" (no quotation marks).
You may type the decimal point.
If the number is 2154 you may type "2,154", you may type the comma. Type "2,154".
If you want to type "256,678", but you type "25k,678", the computer will use "25678" to calculate the answer.
If you type "ghblxz", the computer will use "0" to calculate the answer.
If you type "1.9e2", the computer will use "190" to calculate the answer.
NaN = not a number
To clear the entry boxes click "Reset".
The Fluid Ounces referred to above are all U.S. liquid measure.
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