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A physician orders a patient to have no more than 500 units of a particular medication in a day however the patient can have a little less than 500 units if necessary in stock or containers that hold 75 units of medicine if the containers cannot be split how many containers should be administrated to this patient to come as close as 500 units as possible how many units will the patient receive?

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1. Calculate how many containers can be administered without exceeding the limit:

\left\lfloor \frac{500}{75} \right\rfloor = 6

2. Determine the total units the patient will receive:

6 \times 75 = 450

Therefore, the patient should be administered 6 containers, which equals 450 units.

2. Determine the total units the patient will receive:

Therefore, the patient should be administered 6 containers, which equals 450 units.

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