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The grids and shavings took the longest... I'd say about six hours for the cage and extras, then I made the pigs afterwards. It was worth it to see the look on Dan's face when I handed it to him.
You can see photos of my first effort here. http://www.guinealynx.info/forums/viewtopic.php?t=7394&highlight=red+blur+fimo
I think my favorite things to make out of clay are teddy bears, harmonica players, singers, dogs, and rabbits. I can't seem to make guinea pigs that look that great yet.
It used to bother Pinta because she only had time to scan for problems so non-related posts were a real headache. I'm still hoping she will have time to post in the fall/winter.
I have 34 pigs to dose with Baytril and have calculated all their individual doses according to a 50 mg/ml concentration.
Now I have Baytril tablets that are 22.7 mg and I'd like to get the same concentration.
By my calculations, if I put 2 of these tablets in .09ml of water, I will get the 50 mg/ml concentration and can carry on as usual. Is this correct?
Forgive what may seem like a silly question but I failed every math course since the 8th grade and don't trust my abilities in that area.
You need two 22.7mg tablets (that corresponds to 44.4mg) and 0.9 ml of water to get 50.44 mg/ml concentration, which I consider adequate.
Just be careful with the decimal point when you make yous calculations, and never skip the "0" to the left of the decimal point.
Here's my reasoning (I haven't done math since June, but I did get an A):
50mg = 45.4mg
So x equals 0.9
(I can't make math on the computer look right)
According to your calculation, two 22.7mg tablet and .09 ml would get you a concentration of 504.44 mg/ml. That would be pretty dangerous.
What you need is 0.9 ml of water.
See the difference that the first "0" makes? 0.09 ml and 0.9 ml.
Never skip that first "0" before the decimal point to be safe.