This manual offers a clear review of basic mathematical topics most often used in clinical and medical laboratories. It is the perfect refresher for participating technicians and will be a handy on-site reference tooll users can go directly to the material that they need to review. Application problems and hands-on laboratory exercises at the end of each chapter reinforce material and give users the opportunity to assess their mastery of the presented skills.AN IMPORTANT NOTE: Do not enter the number 10 when using your calculator to do scientific notation. If you enter a ... The answers to these problems may or may not be expressed in scientific notation, depending on the number of digits in the answer. ... Express each of the final answers in correct scientific notation. 14.
|Title||:||Essential Laboratory Mathematics|
|Author||:||Catherine W. Johnson (MAed/Math.), Catherine W. Johnson, Daniel L. Timmons, Pamela E. Hall|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning - 2003|