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Re: Bap 10


or maybe this is easier--1 milliliter to 1 liter = 1 to 1000

Ray

John Lanier wrote:
> 
> Beth Arnold wrote:
> >
> > My mind may not work like yours or the next person.  It is easier sometimes
> > if we know what 1 and 1000 is.
> 
> Here's the answer, like Chick said a while ago:
> 
>  1oz to 1000 oz = 1 to 1000 (diluted to)
> 
> 1 ml to 1000 ml = 1 to 1000 (diluted to)
> 
> 1 cup to 1000 cups = 1 to 1000 (diluted to
> 
> 1 drop to 1000 drops = 1 to 1000 (not as accurate as the others, but
> probably good enough  (diluted to)
> 
> If you dilute 10 cups of coolaid up to a volume of 100 cups with water
> you have a solution that is 10% coolaid
> 
> Gets complicated after that.  JML
> 
>   If I am sure of something, or have a mentor I can trust to help me,
> > it is easier to accomplish the task and if not I would not be able to be
> > comfortable with the experiment (for lack of a better word).  It is easy to
> > assume we should all be at the same level of knowledge.
> > Beth
> >
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