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an aspirin tablet contains 5.00X10^2 mg of active ingredient. how many grams of ap of active ingredient does it contain

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    500 mg is 0.5 g. Is that your question?

    What is the meaing of "ap" in "of ap of"

    Actually, a standard aspirin tablet contains 325 mg, so this is a rather hokey question.

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    man i don't know

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