1. is there a type of conversion chart anywhere?

i cant seem to find one, and im bad at math. so lets say something is 50mg/ml. how many ml's would equal out to 60mg?

2. How many mgs are in a ml?
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3. Originally Posted by B5150
How many mgs are in a ml?
50, looks like what he said. Wait a minute though, what is this "something"?

4. I know what he said. I'm trying to help him along here. Baby steps.

5. total mg needed / mg per ml = number of ml needed
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6. So you are smarter than a 5th grader

7. Originally Posted by Magnus19
i cant seem to find one, and im bad at math. so lets say something is 50mg/ml. how many ml's would equal out to 60mg?
1.2ml

not that hard.......

8. Originally Posted by B5150
I know what he said. I'm trying to help him along here. Baby steps.

Sorry B, I sounded like an ass. You have given me a lot of help with my blood pressure problem, I feel bad...You also helped me out with a few other problems.

9. Dude! I didn't even notice. Come on! Please!

10. Originally Posted by B5150
Dude! I didn't even notice. Come on! Please!

I'll just blame it on my high blood pressure...

11. Originally Posted by B5150
So you are smarter than a 5th grader
Me? Wow Dr Kawashima's Brain Training on the DS must be paying off finally

12. Originally Posted by Skircus7
1.2ml

not that hard.......
ha, thats what i thought at first. i just suck at math in general and am even worse when it comes to the metric system.

thanks, though.

13. Originally Posted by B5150
How many mgs are in a ml?
would it matter? just wondering. figured if say there is a mix of vinegar and water, and there is 50mg per ml of water, etc....

14. You are missing some basic understanding of volumes and weight.

Mg is a unit of weight.
Ml is a unit of volume.

If there was a mix of vinegar and water then they would both be volume and the amount (of either) per ml would be dependent upon the ratio of the mix.

There is 50mg of weight, suspended in 1ml of volume. Therefore if you have a desired amount of weight of active that you desire to consume you need to determine the amount of volume you need to achieve the amount of weight you want to consume.

50mg/1ml

1.2ml (of volume) x 50mg/1ml = 60mg/1.2ml

60mg/(50mg/1ml)=1.2ml

15. Originally Posted by Magnus19
i cant seem to find one, and im bad at math. so lets say something is 50mg/ml. how many ml's would equal out to 60mg?
basic math...

1mL/50mg = x mL/60mg

(1/50)*60=x

1.2=x

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