AlcoholEdu&Tonight黑魔法

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我已经做完了AlcoholEdu,Pretest 80分,Final Exam 90 Tonight答案仅供参考,在最下方


如何跳过视频

  1. 视频播放时默认为html5模式,如果你在用flash放,请右键切换为HTML5播放。
  2. 然后下载Chrome插件: HTML5 Video Speed Controller
  3. 播放时会在播放器的左上角跳出一个速度框,把调速拉到最大即可
    (播放器上面可能被网页的nav遮住了,大概看着点右边部分就是加速)



如何跳过Survey

Survey什么的都是匿名的,什么都不用填,点下方Continue,等跳出提示的时候点Continue Anyway,30秒就可以干掉survey



Final Exam答案 90%

Pretest的答案在最下面。

  • To avoid a situation where someone is tempted to drive after drinking, you could:

A. Call ahead for a taxi to pick up you or your friends

B. Get a sober designated driver to drive everyone home

C. Check to see if your school has a safe ride program

D. All of the above *

  • Which of the following activities can cause your BAC to rise quickly:

A. Playing drinking games

B. Drinking shots

C. Pregaming

D. All of the above *

  • After people have been drinking:

A. They will have a harder time making safe decisions about not drinking and driving

B. They need to leave 1 hour to sober up before attempting to drive

C. They should have some caffeine to sober up

D. Both A and B *

  • Which of the following statement(s) are always true about alcohol:

A. The higher BAC rises, the harder it can be for people to control their actions

B. The higher BAC rises, the greater the chance of feeling tired, depressed, or nauseous

C. Alcohol has no affect on some people

D. Both A and B *

  • When trying to convince a friend not to drive after drinking, you should try:

A. Talking to your friend in private so he or she won’t get embarrassed

B. Finding a reason for him or her to stay at the party

C. Both A and B *

D. Neither A nor B

  • Alcohol is:

A. A drug *

B. An anti-depressant

C. A hallucinogen

D. All of the above

  • Someone who has consumed a lot of alcohol:

A. Is not capable of giving true consent

B. Is never to blame for being sexually assaulted

C. May need help getting out of a potentially dangerous situation

D. All of the above *

  • Which of the following things are generally true about alcohol advertisements:

A. They target men and women in the same way

B. They target our expectations and perceptions about drinking *

C. They accurately depict the negative effects from drinking too much

D. None of the above

  • If you don’t know how much alcohol is in a drink, you can:

A. Ask the person who poured it

B. Throw it out and make another one

C. Both A and B *

D. Neither A nor B

  • People can better monitor their drinks by:

A. Asking how much alcohol is in each drink

B. Never leaving a drink unattended

C. Pouring each drink themselves

D. All of the above *

  • A standard drink is generally:

A. 12-ounce beer

B. 5-ounce glass of wine

C. 1.5 ounces of liquor

D. All of the above *

  • It’s possible to drink too much and:

A. Slow heart rate and breathing

B. Risk coma or death

C. Choke or suffocate on vomit

D. All of the above *

  • Which of the following is true about drinking and driving:

A. As long as someone is under the legal alcohol limit, it is safe to drive

B. If under 21, it is illegal to drive with any measurable amount of alcohol in one’s blood system *

C. It takes at least 2 drinks before driving is impaired

D. Both B and C

  • People can help prevent their BACs from rising to dangerous levels by:

A. Pacing their drinks to one or fewer per hour

B. Choosing drinks with less alcohol

C. Avoiding eating before and during drinking

D. Both A and B *

  • Which of the following are true about marijuana:

A. It can impair learning and memory

B. It can bring upon panic attacks or anxiety

C. It can become addictive

D. All of the above *

  • Which of the following perceptions influence why and how people drink:

A. How much we think others are drinking

B. Movies and advertisements

C. Family upbringing

D. All of the above *

  • If a male and a female who weigh the same consume the same amount of alcohol:

A. The male’s BAC will likely be higher

B. The female’s BAC will likely be higher *

C. Their BAC levels would be the same

D. None of the above

  • A blackout is:

A. Passing out from drinking

B. When people are unable to remember what they did while they were drinking

C. Caused by an impairment of the liver

D. Both A and B *

  • Which of the following are potential side effects of drinking alcohol while taking medication:

A. Stomach irritation

B. Liver damage

C. Both A and B

D. Neither A nor B

  • Which of the following are potential side effects of drinking alcohol while taking medication:

A. Stomach irritation

B. Liver damage

C. Both A and B *

D. Neither A nor B

  • Which of the following can be affected by alcohol consumption?

A. Coordination

B. Judgment

C. Memory

D. All of the above *

  • Which part(s) of the brain, when impaired by alcohol, play an important role in memory:

A. Nucleus accumbens

B. Hypothalamus

C. Hippocampus *

D. All of the above

  • “DUI” stands for:

A. drinking until inebriated

B. driving under the influence *

C. driving under inebriation

D. driving using intoxicants

  • Each standard size drink always contains:

A. The same amount of calories

B. The same amount of liquid

C. The same amount of alcohol *

D. Both B and C

  • If someone is showing signs of an alcohol overdose, you should:

A. Not leave the person alone *

B. Get the person some coffee

C. Both A and B

D. Neither A nor B

After just one or two drinks:

A. People will remain in a state of euphoria if they continue to drink

B. Alcohol starts to affect the brain

C. People can still drive without risk

D. Both A and B *

  • Key signs of an alcohol overdose include:

A. Being in a semiconscious state

B. Difficulty breathing

C. Both A and B *

D. Neither A nor B

  • A blackout is:

A. More likely to be experienced when drinking quickly *

B. More likely to be experienced by men

C. Both A and B

D. Neither A nor B

  • Which of the following is a key factor that influences BAC?

A. Height

B. Eating certain foods

C. Body weight *

D. All of the above

  • The “rate of absorption”:

A. Has to do with how quickly alcohol enters the bloodstream *

B. Has to do with how quickly alcohol is processed by the kidneys

C. Both A and B

D. Neither A nor B

  • “BAC” stands for:

A. Body alcohol calculator

B. Blood alcohol calculator

C. Blood alcohol concentration *

D. None of the above

  • Which of the following decreases the chances of an alcohol overdose:

A. Eating after drinking

B. Keeping one’s BAC in a safer range (well below 0.04%) *

C. Drinking coffee

D. All of the above

  • A person’s BAC will go down if they:

A. Drink coffee

B. Take a cold shower

C. Vomit

D. None of the above *

  • It is estimated that it could take up to ( ) for your liver to get rid of the alcohol in one standard drink.

A. 10 minutes

B. 20 minutes

C. 1 hour

D. 2 hours *

  • Which of the following is true about energy drinks and mixers:

A. Carbonation generally slows the rate of alcohol absorption

B. A sweet taste can hide the taste of alcohol

C. Caffeine helps keep the person aware of how intoxicated he or she is

D. All of the above *

  • When faced with a friend who is trying to drive under the influence:

A. Make sure a sober driver follows your friend home

B. It’s always safe with a BAC under .08%

C. Both A and B

D. Neither A nor B *

  • Which of the following statements is true based on recent research:

A. Many students want to drink in safer ways

B. Many students don’t drink at all in college

C. Only a small amount of students are frequent heavy drinkers

D. All of the above *

  • Someone is more likely to start to report feeling in a “good mood” or “warm and fuzzy” at which of the following BAC ranges:

A. 0.02 - 0.04% *

B. 0.05 - 0.10%

C. 0.11 - 0.15%

D. None of the above

  • Someone who wants to pace their drinking could try:

A. Taking small sips to drink more slowly

B. Alternating non-alcohol drinks and alcohol drinks

C. Limiting drinking to one or fewer drinks per hour

D. All of the above *

  • Frequent heavy drinking is defined as:

A. 4 or more drinks on an occasion, 3 or more times during a two-week period for females *

B. 5 or more drinks on an occasion, 3 or more times during a two-week period for males

C. Both A and B

D. Neither A nor B

  • Which of the following has primary responsibility for eliminating alcohol from the bloodstream?

A. Stomach

B. Liver *

C. Spleen

D. Both A and C





Pretest答案(修正版) 80%

本文章中的答案是我在做的时候顺便写了个脚本记录下来的,基本做一提查一题,但我仍然不确保全对。
带*号为正确答案,唯一查不到的是第一题,其他答案均来自网络。
如果顺序不一样的话,可以按Ctrl - F进行网页内搜索

  • If someone is showing signs of an alcohol overdose, you should:

A. Lay the person flat on his or her back *(不确定)

B. Get the person something to eat right away

C. Both A and B

D. Neither A nor B

  • Alcohol is:

A. A drug *

B. An anti-depressant

C. A hallucinogen

D. All of the above

  • Each standard size drink always contains:

A. The same amount of calories

B. The same volume of liquid

C. The same amount of alcohol *

D. Both B and C

  • Key signs of an alcohol overdose include:

A. Being in a semiconscious state

B. Difficulty breathing

C. Both A and B *

D. Neither A or B

  • A standard drink is generally:

A. 12-ounce beer

B. 2 ounces of liquor

C. Both A and B *

D. Neither A or B

  • The “rate of absorption”:

A. Has to do with how quickly alcohol enters the bloodstream *

B. Has to do with how quickly alcohol is processed by the kidneys

C. Both A and B

D. Neither A nor B

  • Which of the following has primary responsibility for eliminating alcohol from the bloodstream?

A. Stomach

B. Liver *

C. Spleen

D. Both A and C

  • Which of the following things are generally true about alcohol advertisements:

A. They target men and women in the exact same ways

B. They target our expectations and perceptions about drinking *

C. They accurately depict the negative effects from drinking too much

D. None of the above

  • Which of the following are true about marijuana:

A. It can impair learning and memory

B. It can bring upon panic attacks or anxiety

C. It can become addictive

D. All of the above *

  • A person’s BAC will go down if they:

A. Drink coffee

B. Take a cold shower

C. Vomit

D. None of the above *

  • Which of the following can be affected by alcohol consumption?

A. Coordination

B. Judgment

C. Memory

D. All of the above*

  • Which of the following is a key factor that influences BAC?

A. Height

B. Eating certain foods

C. Body weight *

D. All of the above

  • It is estimated that it could take up to ____ for your liver to get rid of the alcohol in one standard drink.

A. 10 minutes

B. 20 minutes

C. 1 hour

D. 2 hours *

  • Someone who wants to pace their drinking could try:

A. Taking small sips to drink more slowly

B. Alternating non-alcohol drinks and alcohol drinks

C. Limiting drinking to one or fewer drinks per hour

D. All of the above *

  • Which of the following is true about energy drinks and mixers:

A. Carbonation generally slows the rate of alcohol absorption

B. A sweet taste can hide the taste of alcohol

C. Caffeine helps keep the person aware of how intoxicated he or she is

D. All of the above *

  • Which of the following are potential side effects of drinking alcohol while taking medication:

A. Stomach irritation

B. Liver damage

C. Both A and B *

D. Neither A nor B

  • A blackout is:

A. Passing out from drinking

B. When people are unable to remember what they did while they were drinking

C. Caused by an impairment of the liver

D. Both A and B *

  • Someone is more likely to start to report feeling in a “good mood” or “warm and fuzzy” at which of the following BAC ranges:

A. 0.02 - 0.04% *

B. 0.05 - 0.10%

C. 0.11 - 0.15%

D. None of the above

  • If a male and a female who weigh the same consume the same amount of alcohol:

A. The male’s BAC will likely be higher

B. The female’s BAC will likely be higher *

C. Their BAC levels would be the same

D. None of the above

  • It’s possible to drink too much and:

A. Slow heart rate and breathing

B. Risk coma or death

C. Choke or suffocate on vomit

D. All of the above *

Tonight答案

  • A E E E
  • A E E E
  • B B A A
  • E E C A C
  • BE ABCDE ABCDE
  • A A
  • 打一个空格,然后点save:)
  • A A A A A
  • A A A
  • A B A 18 positive rongyi.ml
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PokemonGO大陆教程

0. 关于

神说,大中华区玩Pokemon Go要有教程,就有了。(神还说,最下面有福利)

本教程只针对Android和iOS (要在Remix OS, Linux和Windows下GenyMotion, Chrome OS Archon下玩耍需要保证重力感应,三轴陀螺仪,加速度计和GPS定位功能正常)。

测试环境:OnePlus 2 Oxygen OS (Android 6.0.1 rooted xposed) & iPhone 4s (iOS 8.3)。

声明:本教程不对因越狱或root或刷xposed框架造成的任何数据损失负责。

1. 准备环境

Android:
  1. VPN:这个都会就不多说了,但绝对是必须的。
  2. 注册一个Google账户,一般就是确保有Gmail的邮箱。以下都可选
  3. 解锁OEM(可选):华为和一加手机需要解锁bootloader的请到官方论坛看教程。
  4. Rec(可选):推荐替换官方recovery为TWRP版本2.8.7以上。一般是关机状态长按电源键+音量减进rec。
  5. Root(可选):搜索supersu,下载刷机包,重启至recovery,刷入supersu,确保再重启能够正常进系统。
  6. Xposed(可选):6.0下载api23版本的,5.1是api22以此类推,尽量下v80以上。recovery刷入。
  7. 插件(可选):装了Xposed的话下载模拟定位。没装也没问题,找个同类的不需要框架的虚拟定位软件(未测试)
  8. Google Play(可选):opengapps.org下载适合自己机型的gms包,recovery刷入。
root和Xposed两个可选,因为安卓模拟位置一般只有三种方式,xposed勾gps,root,和位于开发者选项里的地理位置调试。
iOS:
  1. // 兔兔助手:收费应用,10软妹币,全部自动配置,下面几个步骤都不用了,开个 VPN就可以直接启动游戏 (但是未测试,且强烈不推荐!)
  2. 越狱:iOS9.1以下直接下载盘古越狱工具一键越狱。(不要怕,越不死)
  3. 插件:Cydia下载Fake GPS或虚拟定位Anywhere。顺手再装个防越狱检测,如xCon,PGo会检测是否越狱。
  4. VPN:这个都会就不多说了

2. Go! Pokemon

可以正常玩的地区和IP:美国,澳大利亚,新西兰;(中国东北三省和新疆部分地区目前也没有锁区)。
Android
  1. 如果没有装Google Play的话,随便下个国内的应用商店,下载Pokemon Go,或者叫精灵宝可梦。。。
  2. 下载模拟定位,可以从酷市场,xposed repo,Google Play等仓库下载。推荐FakeGPS和lataclysm
  3. 如果没有root和xposed,请至关于系统,连按版本号(如Oxygen OS 3.0.2)5次,开启开发者模式,在地理位置调试选项中勾选你所下的模拟位置软件。
  4. 打开模拟定位,设置到上述地点(如威斯康辛州麦迪逊市)。
  5. VPN连接上述地点服务器,且确保可以访问Google
iOS
  1. App Store下载Pokemon Go (精灵宝可梦,对就这SB名字)
  2. 虚拟定位软件设置成上述地点(如澳大利亚墨尔本)
  3. VPN连接上述地点服务器
然后启动游戏,Google账户登陆,就可以正常运行。

3. 仍然无法运行?

  • 检查虚拟GPS是否正常运行
打开地图应用定位当前位置,如果仍显示中国就是失败,重新设置虚拟地点。
  • 检查是否科学上网成功
打开浏览器试着访问Google,因为最近峰会可能管的比较严,无法访问的话尝试换一个VPN或ss服务。
  • 仍无法开心玩耍的可以在下方评论,我试着解决。

安卓一键配置工具

闲来无事写的一个点一下就可以自动配置环境,并且自带Pokemon Go定向翻墙的小工具(EverCross技术支持:p )。
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