Practical Nurse prep (DL) (FY20) Class 207Change the ratio 3:5 to a decimal.

6Multiply the following two numbers in decimal form. 32.5 x 0.69 =

25Solve the following division problem involving a whole number and a fraction. Reduce your answer to the lowest terms. 4 divided by 3/4 =

Your patient is a child weighing 45 pounds. The doctor has ordered Achromycin syrup 0.02 gm per pound q.i.d. The bottle you have on hand is labeled 125 mg per tsp. How many ml will the child receive PER DAY?

Add the following three numbers (numbers are in decimal format). 15.396 + 2.1 + 0.882 =

78Your patient is to receive 150 mcg of Synthroid b.i.d. They are supplied in 75 mcg scored tablets. How many tablets will you give your patient DAILY?

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Solve the following division problem involving two fractions. Reduce your answer to the lowest terms. 8/9 divided by 2/3 =

A physician has ordered 4000 ml of NS at a rate of 200 ml/hr for the next 20 hours. Using a drop factor of 15 gtts/ml, calculate the infusion rate.

A 22-pound child was admitted with acute bronchitis. Her medical orders include an I.V. of D5W 20 ml/hr for the next 12 hours. You will use an I.V. with a drop factor of 60 gtts/ml to administer the D5W. Calculate the infusion rate.