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**Peyton Sawyer** 1.) Each dosage of a medication contains 1.62 units of a certain ingredient. Find the number of doses that can be made from 57.13 units of the ingredient. set up a proportion and round to the nearest whole number.

To get the number of doses considering there is 53.13 units of the ingredient.., you need to divide this to the amount of units for each dosage which is 1.62.. After dividing you would get the number of doses that can be made from 57.13 units of the ingredient..

57.13/ 1.62= # of dosage

To get the proportion : 57.13 units: number of dosage

to simplify this, divide the number of dosage by itself and divide the number of units to the number of dosage.. the answer would look like this:

# of units : # of usage

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