1. Convert 37 degrees celsius to Fahrenheit. Round to the nearest tenth of a degree 2. Seven (7) ml of a pain reliever contains 160 mg of the active ingredient. Ann needs 400 mg of the active ingredient. How many ml of the pain reliever should Ann take? State the unit

Avery Stewart 2022-07-16 Answered
1. Convert 37 degrees celsius to Fahrenheit. Round to the nearest tenth of a degree
2. Seven (7) ml of a pain reliever contains 160 mg of the active ingredient. Ann needs 400 mg of the active ingredient. How many ml of the pain reliever should Ann take? State the unit
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tykoyz
Answered 2022-07-17 Author has 17 answers
1) C = 37
Formula: C 0 100 = F 32 180
2) 7ml contains 160mg
1 m l  contains  160 7 m g = 22.8571 400 m g  needs  = 400 22.8571 = 17.5 m l
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