ELR Mixology Diploma. Spring 2017. Paper 1.
A man has a recipe :
p grams pg
y grams pg+nic
v grams vg
z % flavour
t grams total juice
He wants to adapt that recipe by first dissolving x mg CBD crystals in the raw pg, such that t grams of final mix contains 4mg/ml CBD and the same 6mg nic as the existing recipe.
How should he proceed? (He’d work it out himself, but he’s lazy, gets confused easily and would rather play with his new DNA75.)
Whilst messing about yesterday the same man might have created a flavour which would be searched by name = ‘CBD%’ in SQL land. It didn’t get added to his stash and he can’t find it now by searching the flavour list. If it exists, it should be deleted but he doesn’t think he can do this himself.
How should he proceed to avoid prosecution by the LarJoKen police?
A man created a new recipe (see Q1) with a one shot concentrate. He named the concentrate “Utter Nutter (DWF) (CV)” as it is a DrippingWithFlavour one shot, supplied, uniquely, he thinks, by Chefs Vapours. Was he correct to use this nomenclature?
Q4. (extra marks will be awarded)**
Another man has bought a DNA75 in the full knowledge that none of his computers run Windows and/or the “Windows Only” Escribe s/w. He is a lazy man, has no friends, and doesn’t really want to install VirtualBox just to run up a scratched up CD of W2000 NT. How should he proceed, short of telling Evolv they’re a bunch of myopic, paranoid capitalists (err… even though his DNA40 performs flawlessly) ?
*All working should be shown.
Eyebrows will be raised at mention of “moles”. (Buttocks will be clenched at the mention of “gram atoms”.)
**Money will change hands for a working port of Escribe to native Linux.