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I have forgotten how to do ratios...Please help.

The standard ratio of(number of treatments) and (total mL dose) are 3.5 to 2mL. If only 2 treatments are given, how many total mL doses are given?

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    (2/3.5)* 2 ml = 1.14 ml

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