Week 2 Discussion 1 - Formulas To resolve Cowlings Rule...

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Formulas To resolve Cowling’s Rule, which is an example of conditional equation , we have to substitute the variables to their descriptions. In all literal equation they have variables, this one has three variables, which are: a = age, D = adult dose, d = child dose. My last name is Sanchez, so I will use the dose and child age from S. d = D ( a + 1 ) 24 First I must change the letters for the variables, d= 500 ( 4 + 1 ) 24 this is what my formula should look like, I will have to add what is in parenthesis first. d = 500 ( 5 ) 24 I will than multiply the top half in of the equation d = 2500 24 I will than divide the numbers in order to solve what the dosage should be. d = 104 I have determined the correct dosage for the child age 4 is 104mg of amoxicillin after  solving  my formula . In this part of my discussion we have to

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