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Math: Dosage Prescription Practice

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*Medication prescriptions for children are measured using weight and the given dosage amounts. Imagine you are a doctor and are administering dosage of the medications. You will be finding how much you will give each patient.**To find the medication dosage simply multiply the dose by the weight to determine the dosage required.*The formula is as follows: __mg x __kg (weight) = __ mg (required dose)

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