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age of child over age of child +12 x adult dose.
if an adult's dose of a particular medication is 100 mg, what is the dose for a 10-year-old child. Round answer to one decimal place. Part b if a 12 year old child dose of a particular medication is 15 mg what is the adult' dose. thank you

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    age of child over age of child +12 x adult dose.
    if an adult's dose of a particular medication is 100 mg, what is the dose for a 10-year-old child. Round answer to one decimal place. Part b if a 12 year old child dose of a particular medication is 15 mg what is the adult' dose. thank you

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