# Chemistry

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I need to supplement 20g of magnesium. Supplement comes with 825mg/ ounce. How many mg's or ounces to get to the 20g.

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amount= rate*volume
20gMg=825mgMg/ozPills*OZPills

OZPILLS= 20/.825= 24.24 oz

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