Nclex computation question

  1. 0 If we need to answer a computation question, do we need to put the standard units? (ml, mg, ml/min, etc) Or do we just put the numbers?
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  3. Visit  julz68 profile page
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    The test will tell you what it wants. It will also be specific on how to round it, either whole number or to which decimal point. Hope this helps!
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    In my test, it asked for numbers only
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    Quote from julz68
    In my test, it asked for numbers only
    So of it asks for mL/hour, we only put the number? Do we still have to put mL/hour beside the answer?
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    The block actually had the ml/hr next to it... so I just had to put the number in the empty box. I only had one math question, so I am positive about that one. It also told me which place to round to.
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    Quote from AZMOMO2
    The block actually had the ml/hr next to it... so I just had to put the number in the empty box. I only had one math question, so I am positive about that one. It also told me which place to round to.
    Thanks for the info guys.
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    Quote from AZMOMO2
    The block actually had the ml/hr next to it... so I just had to put the number in the empty box. I only had one math question, so I am positive about that one. It also told me which place to round to.
    Yep. I had 5 dosage calc questions and they were all that way
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    Quote from AZMOMO2
    The block actually had the ml/hr next to it... so I just had to put the number in the empty box. I only had one math question, so I am positive about that one. It also told me which place to round to.
    It's been 6 years since I took NCLEX and this is how I remember it being. The answer box would say ________ mL/hr or gtts/min or whatever they are looking for.


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