With 30 g of sodium chloride, the number of litres of 0.9% saline solution that can be prepared are?

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A ❏ 0.03

B ❏ 0.3

C ❏ 3.33

D ❏ 33

E ❏ 330

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  1. The answer is C, and winners are Eze Hyginus and Clement.
    Details:
    For a 0.9% saline solution, 0.9 g of sodium chloride are present in 100 mL.
    Thirty grams of sodium chloride would be present in 3333.3 mL
    (30 100/0.9), equivalent to 3.33 L.

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