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General Conversion 2

1. Units and Conversion 1.5) General Conversion 1.5.1) General Conversion

1.5.1.1) General Conversion Normal 2


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if 1 mL of a solution contains 3.85 mg of a drug, then how much drug will be contained in 1 fl. oz. of this solution?


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lb equals 113.84 mg kg



    In the first part, let's determine the mg quantity of drug present per mL of the solution. 3.85 mg of the drug is present in each 1 mL of the solution.


    In the second part, we need to first determine the volume of 1 fl. oz. the solution in mL unit. The students should remember the conversion table (provided at the end).
    1 ml = 3.85 mg
    1 fl. oz. y

    Or,
    1 ml = 3.85 mg
    29.57 ml y
    Then, y = 113.84 mg.

    • 1 fl. oz. = 29.57 mL
    • 1 cup = 8 fl. oz.
    • 1 pt. = 16 fl. oz.
    • 1 qt. = 32 fl. oz.
    • 1 gallon = 128 fl. oz.


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