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The adult dose of a liquid medication is 0.1ml/kg to be administered in a single dose. How many teaspoonfuls should be administered to a person weighing 220 pounds?

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    220 lb = 100 kg. The dose recommendation of 0.1 ml/kg applies to each kg of a person's mass.

    Therefore multiply 0.1 ml/kg by 100 kg.

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