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There are 10 questions in this quiz.

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Hint Before you do any calculation, the units of weight (eg grams & milligrams) need to be expressed in the same units (eg grams or milligrams). The calculation will be easier if you always convert the larger unit (eg grams) so that it is the same as the smaller unit (eg milligrams).

The dose to be given is 0.02 g. The stock strength is 5 mg per tablet.

How many tablets would you give?

4

10

2½

The dose to be given is 0.1 g. The stock strength is 50 mg per tablet.

How many tablets would you give?

2

5

0.5

The dose to be given is 0.4 g. The stock strength is 200 mg per tablet.

How many tablets would you give?

2

0.2

8

The dose to be given is 0.2 g. The stock strength is 50 mg per tablet.

How many tablets would you give?

4

10

2½

The dose to be given is 1500 mg. The stock strength is 1.5 g per capsule.

How many capsules would you give?

1

10

.01

The dose to be given is 4000 mg. The stock strength is 2 g per tablet.

How many tablets would you give?

2

8

.2

The dose to be given is 800 mg. The stock strength is 0.4 g per capsule.

How many capsules would you give?

2

8

.2

The dose to be given is 750 mg. The stock strength is 0.25 g per capsule.

How many capsules would you give?

3

30

.3

The dose to be given is 0.2 mg. The stock strength is 100 mcg per tablet

How many tablets would you give?

2

5

20

The dose to be given is 0.075 mg. The stock strength is 25 mcg per tablet