Q: How many milliliters of a drug would be needed to provide a 10000 mcg dose from a vial containing 0.1 g per 10ml?

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3/10000 and reduce if needed

The answer is 100,000,000 because you need to do maths on this question. NO OTHER SUBJECT IS NEEDED ON THIS MATHS QUESTION.

It is 180,001.

The answer depends on the size (capacity) of the boxes.

10,000,000,000,000,000

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10000 milliliters is 10 liters.

10,000 liters is 10 million mL (1 liter = 1,000 mL).

1 litre=1000milliliters

10000 mlThere are 1000 milliliters in 1 liter. One milliliter is 0.001 liter.

10,000 mL is equal to 100 deciliters.

10,000 mL is 10 liters (1 liter = 1,000 mL).

Milliliters and meters are two totally different measuring systems. There is no direct relationship between them, so your question cannot be answered.

You would need 1000 milliliters of water to fill a one liter glass jar.

1 liter is equal to 1000 milliliters. So, 10 liters is equal to 10,000 milliliters.

500 Do 10000 divided by 20

10 liters equal 10000 milliliters by Dimah al- ali

divide 1 litre = 10000 millilitres