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pharmacy calculations

31. If a medication container holds 20 tablets, how many containers would you need for120 tablets?
33. A prescription is written for a solution to contain 10% of an active ingredient. How many milliliters of active ingredient would be necessary in a 100-ml solution?
31. A roll of adhesive is 10 ½ inches long. The physician asks you to be sure the person has sufficient amount to apply bandages daily for 2 weeks using approximately 1 ½ yards per bandage. How many rolls of adhesive should you be sure the patient buys?
49. A pharmacist can fill six prescriptions in 10 minutes with the assistance of a pharmacy tech. How many prescriptions can be filled in 1 hour?
50. A prescription calls for 15 ml of water to reconstitute a medication in a 20-ml vial. How many milliliters of water would be needed for a 50-ml vial?
19. A bottle of antibiotic needs to be reconstituted with 100 ml of distilled water. You have a calibrated graduate that holds 50 ml. How many times will you have to fill the container with water to reconstitute the medication?
20. A vial of anesthetic contains 10 ml. The pharmacist asks that you add 30 ml of distilled water to the compound for mouth ulcers. How many milliliters will be in the bottle of medication?
30. You are asked to fill a prescription that has 10 tablets containing 250 mg each. What is the total dosage of the medication that you are putting into the medication vial?
31. If a medication container holds 20 tablets, how many containers would you need for120 tablets?
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