9-year-old 4103

The package leaflet for the patient states that the medicine contains 7.5 mg of salt per ml of solution (1 ml = 15 drops). Dosage of the drug for children is age up to 4 years - maximum four drops, from 4 to 10 years - 5 to 10 drops, over ten years - 11 to 20 drops. How many milligrams of salt can a 9-year-old child receive when taking the drug?

Correct answer:

x =  5 mg

Step-by-step explanation:

x=10 7.5/15=5 mg



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