I've been trying to self teach myself about IV drip rates, but I'm stumped on one particular problem:"The nurse sets up a 1000cc bag of normal saline. The IV tubing has a drop factor of 15 drops/ml/minute. How many drops/minute will the saline be administered?"So far when I googled IV flow rate formulas, I've seen:Volume(ml) X drop factor divided by time.I'm not looking for someone to just answer the question, I'd like know how to calculate it. I tried figuring it out by plugging the 1000cc volume X 15 gtts, divided by... 1? For 1 minute? But that's not right. Is there another formula for calculating the drops per minute?