Fundamental Mathematics for Health Careers by Jerome D. Hayden, Howard T. Davis

By Jerome D. Hayden, Howard T. Davis

This publication offers a innovative math heritage for people coming into or at the moment fascinated by expert healthiness care. rigorously built examples are by means of difficulties at once regarding more than a few wellbeing and fitness care prone. With either academic expectancies and vocabulary for every unit, this publication makes use of examples, difficulties and checks to guage student's knowing of part pursuits. using a calculator is gifted to either the coed and teacher as an not obligatory skill to procedure difficulties. vitamins Instructor's handbook 0-8273-6689-2 7 3/4" x nine 1/4", 288 pages, 1 colour, paperbound

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C. d. 3 1 I2 containers? 1 315 containers? 213 container? 17 113 containers? 12. A certain medical assistant is allowed to administer injections. The assistant has a vial of medication containing 2 ounces of medication. The average dose is 315 ounce. How many full 315-ounce doses can be obtained from the vial? 13. An average dose of medicine is 314 ounce. One patient is given an initial dose of 215 of the314-ounce dose. Asecondpatientisgivenan initial dose of 2 112 timesthe 314-ounce dose. a. How many ounces of medicine does the first patient receive?

90 60 15. 4. 13. 121 100 - 9 4 11 7 13 3 48 8 ~ 3,250 1,000 In 16-30, express each mixed number as an improper fraction. 1 16. 13 3 17. 2- 1 18. 510 1 19. 82 2 20, 33 5 21. 66 1 22. 118 1 23. 911 1 24. 3 5 1 25. 333 4 26. 905 9 27. 2110 551 9 30. 2516 4 2 28. 1 6 32 29. VIA FLASKS ~edicationsmay be stored in screw cap or plastic-stoppered glass containers. Glass bottles are used because glass does not react chemically with most drugs. Some drugs must be stored in dark bottles to prevent deterioration when exposed to light.

18 30 1. Prime factor each denominator 18 = 2 0 3 . 3 30 = 2 . 3 0 5 2. Circle each factor that appears the greatest number of times in eachnumber. 1 8 = 2 0 30 3 *@ =a* 3. Multiply the circled factors. 3 . 3 0 2 0 5 =90 The product of the circled factors is90. Thus, the LCD of 18 and 30 is 90. 2 Exercises In 1-15, find the least common denominator (LCD) for each pair or group of fractions. 1. 4. 7. 1 1 6’ 8 2. 2 4 10’ 5 5. 3 4 8’ 32 8. ” ” -- 1 5 3 10. - - 2’ 8’ 4 11. - - 1 1 3’ 2 3. -- 2 7 9’ 12 6.

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