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What are the two associations with the most used/referenced guidelines for diabetes management? Calculate the insulin regimen for a patient who take 10units with each meal (TID), who is now to be placed on a basal bolus regimen.
The American Diabetes Association (ADA) and the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists (AACE) are trusted guidelines. The total daily dose is 30units. 1/2 is bolus, 1/2 is mealtime. Thus 15units is to be used in bolus and the remaining 15 is divided by 3 to represent each mealtime does. The final regimen is 15units bolus, and 5 units TID with meals.
What is the balanced equation and products for Na3PO4 + KOH ?
The equation must have the same amount of moles of each atom of both sides and the charges must match. Thus writting this out by net charges would give: 3Na+ + PO4-3 + K+ + OH- ----> The exchange would then give: 3Na+ + PO4-3 + K+ + OH- ----> K3PO4 + NaOH This only balanced charges between the compounds but did not account for all the moles. Thus to account for all atoms we count the atoms on both sides and then adjust the coefficients in front to make atoms equal on both sides: 3Na+ + PO4-3 + 3K+ + 3OH- ----> K3PO4 + 3NaOH
factor the following (p-5)(p-3)
Using the "FOIL" method proceed to multiply the first to outter and then to inner. Then the Last to the outter and inner values in the parenthesis, like so: p*p-3p-5p+(-3*-5) = p^2 -8p +15
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