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Sam in Plano, Texas 16 months ago 
i'm studying the math right now and i'm studying various books and in one particular book i am studying, i am having trouble. i found it odd that this kind of problem was not present in the other books in my possession, or maybe it was worded differently. regardless, i do not quite understand the wording of the problem and i was hoping that someone could help me in explaining the steps. If a pharmacist had ten 1liter stock bottles of each of the ingredients, how many times could the following prescription be filled?
I don't quite understand what the ten 1liter stock bottles means in this problem. Also, I saw that this problem was answered in a previous thread but I didn't understand the math. If anyone could help me with this, I would greatly appreciate it! 
Joe Medina in Denver, Colorado 16 months ago 
Sam in Plano, Texas said: i'm studying the math right now and i'm studying various books and in one particular book i am studying, i am having trouble. i found it odd that this kind of problem was not present in the other books in my possession, or maybe it was worded differently. regardless, i do not quite understand the wording of the problem and i was hoping that someone could help me in explaining the steps. 

Sunithasiva in Dallas, United States minor outlying islands 16 months ago 
Sam in Plano, Texas said: i'm studying the math right now and i'm studying various books and in one particular book i am studying, i am having trouble. i found it odd that this kind of problem was not present in the other books in my possession, or maybe it was worded differently. regardless, i do not quite understand the wording of the problem and i was hoping that someone could help me in explaining the steps. hi

Sunithasiva in Dallas, United States minor outlying islands 16 months ago 
hi
Sorry for the confusion. I think what I answered earlier is wrong. Thanks

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