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In a normal person, the level of glucose (also known as blood sugar) is about 85mg/100 mL of blood. If an average body contains 11 pints of blood, how manygrams and how many pounds of glucose are present in the blood? (454 grams =pound; 2 pints = 1 quart; 1.057 quarts 1L)1Answer 4.9g; 0.011 lb

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In a normal person, the level of glucose (also known as blood sugar) is about 85
mg/100 mL of blood. If an average body contains 11 pints of blood, how many
grams and how many pounds of glucose are present in the blood? (454 grams =
pound; 2 pints = 1 quart; 1.057 quarts 1L)
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Answer 4.9g; 0.011 lb
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In a normal person, the level of glucose (also known as blood sugar) is about 85 mg/100 mL of blood. If an average body contains 11 pints of blood, how many grams and how many pounds of glucose are present in the blood? (454 grams = pound; 2 pints = 1 quart; 1.057 quarts 1L) 1 Answer 4.9g; 0.011 lb

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Step 1

The values are given as follows:

The glucose in the person 85 mg/100 ml of blood
Number of pints in an average body 11
1b 454 grams
1 quart 2 pints
1L 1.057 quarts
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The glucose in the person 85 mg/100 ml of blood Number of pints in an average body 11 1b 454 grams 1 quart 2 pints 1L 1.057 quarts

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Step 2

Since, 1 pint is equal to 473.1765 ml. Therefore, the unit pint is converted into milliliters as follows:

11pintsx473.1765 ml=5204.9415 ml
pint
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11pintsx473.1765 ml=5204.9415 ml pint

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Step 3

The amount of glucose in grams that present in the blood can be ...

mg glucose
1g
1000 mg4.4242 g glucose
=4.4 g glucose
5204.9415 ml x5
100 ml
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mg glucose 1g 1000 mg4.4242 g glucose =4.4 g glucose 5204.9415 ml x5 100 ml

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