In episode 10 of the pharmaceutical calculations podcast, you will learn why the Alligation alternate method works and is efficient when performing dilution and concentration calculations. This tutorial gives a brief overview of what the alligation alternate method is, the cardinal rule required to use this method, an example problem and the mathematical explanation as to why the alligation alternate method works. This episode was originally broadcast as a video on our YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/pharmaceuticalcalculationseasy
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