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The daily dose of ampicillin is 115 milligrams per kilogram of body weight. Write out 4 relevant conversion factors as fractions to figure out how many grams of ampicillin should be given to a patient if you know how much they weigh in pounds.

Also, using this information, if a patient weighs 35.5 lbs, how many grams of ampicillin should he have?

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