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A patient weighs 210 pounds what is the patients weight in kilograms?
95.5 kg
210/X=2.2 lb./1 kg
A patient is 5 feet, 10 inches tall. What is the patient's height in centimeters?
178 cm tall
70 in/X=1 in/2.54 in
When it is 25ºC, what is the temperature in Fahrenheit?
77ºF
F = 1.8 (25) + 32 = 77
6 x 10-6 grams is equivalent to the following:
0.006 mg
0.006 g x 10-3 = 6 x 10-6 g
The meter is made up of how many micrometers (µm)?
1,000,000 µm
The meter is the basic unit of distance. It is made up of:

1,000,000 µm (10-6)
1000 mm (10-3)
100 cm (10-2), etc.
A micrometer is:
1/1000 mm
If the average blood cell (RBC) is 7 microns (µm) in diameter, how many RBC's could be found lying side by side in a capillary tube 2 mm long?
A RBC is 7 x 10-6 m, and the capillary tube is 2 mm, or 2 x 10-3 m, which is 2000 x 10-6 m.

2000 x 10-6 m = 285.7
7 x 10-6 m
A patient's fluid output in one day is 1200 milliliters. What is the output in ounces? (One fluid oz. = 29.57 ml)
40.6oz
1 fluid oz=X fluid oz
29.57 ml 1200 ml

29.57X = 1200 ml
X = 1200/29.57
= 40.6 oz
The daily protein allowance for a man of average size is 70 grams. How many pounds of protein is this? One pound = 453.6 grams.
1 lb = X
453.7 g 70 g

453.6g (X) = 70g (lb)
X = 70 (lb)/ 453.6
= 0.15 pound
A certain drug is to be administered. The physician's order is for 50 mg, but the available vial is marked "10 mg per cc". How many cc's are required?
5 cc