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# Solution: A children's liquid medicine contains 100 mg of the active ingredient in 5 mL. If a child should receive 250 mg of the active ingredient, how many milliliters of the medicine should the child be given? For the purposes of this question, assume that these numbers are exact. The package states that one teaspoon (tsp) is approximately equal to five milliliter. Calculate the number of teaspoons that the child should receive. Use the approximation as your conversion factor.

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A children's liquid medicine contains 100 mg of the active ingredient in 5 mL. If a child should receive 250 mg of the active ingredient, how many milliliters of the medicine should the child be given? For the purposes of this question, assume that these numbers are exact.

The package states that one teaspoon (tsp) is approximately equal to five milliliter. Calculate the number of teaspoons that the child should receive. Use the approximation as your conversion factor. View Complete Written Solution

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