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Old 02-18-2008, 04:41 AM
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hello, i have a sick pup and need to give him liquid with a syringe. the instructions say 5-10 cc, but the syringe is in ml, marked in 0-12ml.

can someone help me with a conversion please? thanks.
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Old 02-18-2008, 08:43 AM
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hello, i have a sick pup and need to give him liquid with a syringe. the instructions say 5-10 cc, but the syringe is in ml, marked in 0-12ml.

can someone help me with a conversion please? thanks.
cc and mL are exactly the same thing.
There are 1000 mL in 1L by definition.
also 1 L = 1 dm x 1 dm x 1 dm, but 1 dm =10 cm,
so 1 L = 1000 cm ³,
thus 1 mL = 1 cm³ (= 1 cc)
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thank you.
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convert149.6ml to cubic inch
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convert149.6ml to cubic inch
149.6 mL ÷ 16.387 mL/in3 = 9.129 in3
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convert149.6ml to cubic inch
9.1291521165719496793324295310008

rite?
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9.1291521165719496793324295310008

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The extra digits beyond 9.129 are "decimal dust." It would be right if the original figure were 149.60000000000000000000 mL.

However, if we assume the 149.6 mL is a properly rounded measurement, then it is more than 149.55 mL and less than 149.65 mL, but may not be exactly 149.6 mL. Considering the conversion of these limit volumes, the correct answer in "english units" is between 9.1261.... in³ and 9.1322.... in³.

The usual rule is to round to the same number of significant figures (4) so 9.129 in³. There are more rigorous rounding rules to limit the answer to slightly more or slightly less than the original precision. 9.129 in³ has slightly more precision, 9.13 in³ has slightly less. These two are the contenders for the answer with appropriate precision for a final result.

In an intermediate calculation, it is appropriate to let the calculator carry full precision, or to use a guard digit or two if you have write down and re-enter intermediate results. But the final answer should be given with a precision that approximates the original number's precision.
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hello, i have a sick pup and need to give him liquid with a syringe. the instructions say 5-10 cc, but the syringe is in ml, marked in 0-12ml.

can someone help me with a conversion please? thanks.
Hi, cc=ml İt is same.
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I have a syringe for giving my puppy medicine..It has two different numbers on it.. One side of the syringe has numbers 0.1 to 1.0 the other side says M to 16, counting by twos..which side should I use if I want to give 2 ccs? 0.2 is showing greater then 2 on the other side
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I have a syringe for giving my puppy medicine..It has two different numbers on it.. One side of the syringe has numbers 0.1 to 1.0 the other side says M to 16, counting by twos..which side should I use if I want to give 2 ccs? 0.2 is showing greater then 2 on the other side
You really need to speak with your vet, better to be safe than sorry.

Unless the syringe is gigantic its unlikely it holds 16 cubic centimeters. And for the other side to be correct the syringe would have to be skinnier than a AAA battery.

But please contact a vet.
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