Ratio Concentration of a Solution
A solution contains 10mg of drug in 5ml of solution. How would you express this as a ratio concentration?Answer:In ratio concentrations, the milligrams figure is always on the top of the fraction (numerator), and the milliliters figure is always on the bottom (denominator). So this ratio is: 10mg/5mlThank you for your question!
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