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A patient receives 2700mL of an IV solution containing 4g g of glucose per 100 mL .How much energy, in kilojoules, does the patient obtain from glucose, a carbohydrate?

please help I keep getting the wrong answer

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  1. I did this for you last night before I went to bed; what's the problem?
    When you keep getting the wrong answer the BEST thing you can do is to show your work. That way we aren't fumbling in the dark.

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