Question 32 change the ratio 35 to a decimal selected

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Question 32 Change the ratio 3:5 to a decimal.
Question 33 The order is to infuse 1000 ml of Ringer's lactate over a 12-hour period. Calculate the infusion rate using an I.V. set calibrated to deliver 20 gtts/ml.
Question 34 The physician has ordered sulfasalazine 2.5 grams daily. How many tablets will the patient receive per day if each tablet contains 500 mg of sulfasalazine?
Question 35 Solve the following division problem. 1764 divided by 35.
Question 36
Pharmacology Math for the Practical Nurse ExamYour 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?
Question 37 Convert 3.6 ml to ounces.
Question 38 Multiply the following two numbers (whole number and a fraction). Reduce your answer to the lowest terms. 6 x 5/8 =
Question 39 Change the following improper fraction to a mixed or whole number. Reduce your answer to the lowest terms. 10/9
Question 40 Solve the following division problem involving two fractions. Reduce your answer to the lowest terms. 8/9 divided by 2/3 =
Pharmacology Math for the Practical Nurse ExamQuestion 41 A 22-pound child was admitted with acute bronchitis. Her medical orders include Garamycin 2.5 mg/kg q 8h. You receive Garamycin from the pharmacy in a vial labeled 10 mg/ml. Determine the number of milliliters required per dose.
Question 42 Solve the following subtraction problem involving two fractions. Reduce your answer to the lowest terms. 5/9 - 1/4 =
Question 43 Solve the following subtraction problem involving two whole numbers. 335 - 79 =
Question 44 Solve the following addition problem involving two whole numbers. 4329 + 574 =
Question 45 Change the following mixed number to an improper fraction. 5 1/4
Pharmacology Math for the Practical Nurse Exam
21/4 Question 46 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?
Question 47 Sam saved $500 of the $2000 he earned. What is the ratio of the amount Sam SPENT to the amount he EARNED?
Question 48 The ratio of powder to water required for a medication you are preparing is 1:5. You have 5 parts powder. How many parts water do you need to add?
Question 49 The patient is a child who weighs 55 lbs. The order is for ampicillin oral suspension, 100 mg/kg/day q.i.d. The label of the medication is shown to the right. How many milliliters will the child receive per dose?
Pharmacology Math for the Practical Nurse ExamQuestion 50 Multiply the following two numbers in decimal form. 32.5 x 0.69 = 22.425

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