An infant receives 4 oz. of formula q.4h. How many quarts of formula has he taken in a four-day period?

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asked 2021-03-12
An infant receives 4 oz. of formula q.4h. How many quarts of formula has he taken in a four-day period?

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2021-03-13
"q.4h" means "every four hours". Since there are 6 four hours in a day, then the infant will receive 6*4 oz=24 oz a day. In 4 days, the infant will receive:
4*24oz=96oz
Recall that 1 quart = 32 oz so: 96 oz* (1 quart/32 oz)=3 quarts
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