Answers to Math Problems from 9-9-2011

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Answers to Math Problems from 9/9/2011 Lecture Problem #6 If a patient could take one teaspoonful every 6 hours around the clock, what would the days supply be for 200 ml bottle? What would the days supply be if the patient would take one teaspoonful every 4 hours for this same quantity? Review conversion factors for liquids in handouts Problem #6 answer –part one If taken every six hours around the clock, calculate 24 hours/day x one tsp/6 hours to get number of doses taken in a day 24 hrs/day x one tsp/6 hours = 4 teaspoonfuls taken every day Problem #6 answer –part one If taken every six hours around the clock, calculate 24 hours/day x one tsp/6 hours to get number of doses taken in a day 24 hrs/day x one tsp/6 hours = 4 teaspoonfuls taken every day Problem #6 answer-part one If taken every six hours around the clock, calculate 24 hours/day x one tsp/6 hours to get number of doses taken in a day 24 hrs/day x one tsp/6 hours = 4 teaspoonfuls taken every day 4 teaspoonfuls x 5 ml/tsp = 20 ml per day
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This note was uploaded on 10/03/2011 for the course CPSY 1112 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at Oklahoma State.

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