How many cc of 1:20 solution is needed to obtain a dose of 500mg? (w/v)

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Pharmacy Ratio Question: Weight/Volume

Pharmacy Ratio Question: Weight/Volume

How many cc of 1:20 solution is needed to obtain a dose of 500mg? (w/v)

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Remember to Covert The Units
by: Anonymous

Convert 1g to 1000mg
The answer should be 10cc.

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Answer to Weight/Volume Question
by: Jeremy

25cc's of a 1:20 solution is needed to obtain a dosage of 500mg (weight/volume)

How did I get this answer?

1:20 = X:500

Divide 500 by 20 and the answer is 25cc's (or ML, which is the same thing)

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