Chapter 012 Methods of Dosage Calculation
True / False Questions
1. The dosage ordered will be found on all drug labels.
True False
2. The prescription dosage unit and the dosage unit on hand will always be the same.
True False
3. It is important to deter

Chapter 003 Relationships of Quantities: Percents, Ratios, and Proportions
True / False Questions
1. Percents provide a way to express the relationship of parts to a whole.
True False
2. A number less than 1 is always expressed as greater than 100 percent

Chapter 013 Oral Dosages
True / False Questions
1. It is all right if your calculations indicate the amount to administer is a portion of an
unscored tablet.
True False
2. Your calculations indicate that you should give six tablets. It is all right to giv

Chapter 014 Parenteral Dosages and Other Medication Administration Forms
True / False Questions
1. Parenteral medications only include IV, IM, subcut, or ID routes.
True False
2. Any medication that bypasses the digestive tract is a parenteral medication.

Chapter 008 Equipment for Dosage Measurement
True / False Questions
1. The bottom of the meniscus is used to measure liquid medications in a medicine cup.
True False
2. Calibrations are numbered marks on a measuring device that are used to measure the
amo

Chapter 019 Critical Care IV Calculations
True / False Questions
1. In a critical care unit, IV medications are often given to alter or maintain life-sustaining
functions and may be ordered as mg/min, mg/kg, or as titrated medications.
True False
2. When

Chapter 011 Safe Medication Administration
True / False Questions
1. There are ten basic rights of medication administration.
True False
2. The basic rights of medication administration are: the right patient, the right drug, the right
dose, the right rou

Chapter 018 High-Alert Medications
True / False Questions
1. The pancreatic hormone insulin stimulates glucose production.
True False
2. Insulin injection sites must be rotated to several sites on the body to prevent scarring of
tissue of a single site.
T

Chapter 001 Fractions
True / False Questions
1. The numerator represents parts of the whole.
True False
2. The numerator is the bottom part of the fraction and represents the whole.
True False
3. The denominator represents part of the whole and is the bot

Chapter 006 Converting Units
True / False Questions
1. There is only one method for performing conversions for dosage calculations.
True False
2. You can only use dimensional analysis for performing conversions for dosage calculation.
True False
3. You ca

Chapter 016 Preparation of Non-Injectable Solutions
True / False Questions
1. When a solute is a liquid, the percent concentration tells you how many milligrams of
solute are contained in each 100 mL of solution.
True False
2. When a concentration for a l

Chapter 002 Decimals
True / False Questions
1. Places to the left of the decimal point represent fractions.
True False
2. Places to the right of the decimal point represent fractions.
True False
3. A zero should always be placed to the left of the decimal

Chapter 005 Other Systems of Measurement
True / False Questions
1. The gallon, quart, pint and fluid ounce are derived from the metric system.
True False
2. The basic unit of weight in the apothecary system is the grain.
True False
3. There are three unit

Chapter 004 Metric System
True / False Questions
1. Many medications are measured in grams or milligrams, which are basic units of the
apothecary system.
True False
2. Many medications are measured in grams or milligrams, which are basic units of the metr

Chapter 009 Interpreting Medication Orders
True / False Questions
1. In Roman numerals, if any letter with a smaller value appears before a letter with a larger
value, add the smaller value to the larger.
True False
2. Roman numerals are never written in

Chapter 007 Temperature and Time
True / False Questions
1. On the Celsius scale, water freezes at 0C and boils at 100C. In addition, body temperature
is 98.6C.
True False
2. Temperature is only expressed using the Fahrenheit scale.
True False
3. To conver