Hello everyone, this is my first post of asking assistance on this site. You know what they say... everyone needs someone sometime.
Here's what I need help on:
I got a feeling I'm making this problem way too ubereasy. I just said 1% solution of the 2% and 1% of 10% solution to give me 2% of a active ingredient. I got a feeling there's more here... but I don't see what.A pharmacist is to prepare 15 milliliters of special eye drops for a glaucoma [whatever that is lol] patient. The eye-drop solution must have a 2% active ingredient, but the pharmacist only has 10% solution and 1% solution in stock. How much of each type of solution should be used to fill the prescription?