there are 100 ml of medicine in 1 bottle.

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there are 100 ml of medicine in 1 bottle.

Postby betterplayer » Sun Feb 19, 2012 9:56 pm

there are 100 ml of medicine in 1 bottle. The directions say to have 6 teaspoons every day. how many days does it take to have1 full bottle?
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Re: there are 100 ml of medicine in 1 bottle.

Postby Mazfpju » Mon Jul 23, 2012 12:23 pm

hmmm.. by means of Chemistry, Cooking Measurements.. 5mL = 1tsp thus 100mL = 20tsp.

So if it required to take 6 teaspoons per day, it will take 3 and a half day or less than a half to take 1 bottle. I hope this is right. I still have to write my personal statements and personal statements UCAS
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Re: there are 100 ml of medicine in 1 bottle.

Postby robertR0931 » Wed Aug 01, 2012 11:17 pm

Mazfpju wrote:hmmm.. by means of Chemistry, Cooking Measurements.. 5mL = 1tsp thus 100mL = 20tsp.

So if it required to take 6 teaspoons per day, it will take 3 and a half day or less than a half to take 1 bottle. I hope this is right. I still have to write my personal statements and personal statements UCAS


Yea, provided you use an actual teaspoon measuring cup and not an actual teaspoon, which no one ever fills properly especially with medicine, then it will take just over 3 days. Now if you use a regular teaspoon chances are that you will have it finished in the better part of a day because most people actually overfill a teaspoon.
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