Pharmacy Math Question: How many full bottles (10 pills/bottle) and additional tablets needed to fill this prescription?

4 Bottles (10 pills to a bottle) + 5 individual pills = 45 tablets (1 tab by mouth daily)

4 Bottles (10 pills to a bottle) + 5 individual pills = 45 tablets (1 tab by mouth daily)

How many full bottles and additional tablets needed?

If days supply needed is 45 and dosage = 1 tab daily, and there are 10 tablets per bottle.

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Oct 01, 2017
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4 Bottles of 10 tabs each are needed, and 5 additional tablets = #45
by: David

45 divided by 10 = 4.5

This means 4 FULL bottles of 10 each, with a remainder of 5 tablets left over to fill the prescription.

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