Am desperate for some help. A particular questions has been plaguing my fellow classmates and me. Our teachers presented us with a question in class that we can't seem to make sense of. The question was:
If you were to draw up 5 units of U-50 insulin in a U-100 syringe, how much would you draw up?
Now, I know that technically you should only draw up insulin with a syringe calibrated to the same concentration of insulin (use a U-50 syringe with U-50 insulin, U-100 syringe with U-100 insulin, etc.). Ignoring that fact, how much would you draw up? I was so confused by the answer that I didn't even bother to write it down, so I don't remember what the answer was. Can anyone answer, and explain that answer, to me?