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What is the proof strength of a 50 (V/V) solution of alcohol?
 
 25 proof
  50 proof
  75 proof
  100 proof



Which of the following abbreviations means the price a pharmacy pays for a medication after discounts have been applied?
 
 MAC
  AAC
  AWP
  MMA
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100 proof

Rationale: The proof strength of alcohol is double the V/V percentage strength. Therefore, the proof strength of a 50 (V/V solution of alcohol would be 100.

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AAC

Rationale: The AAC is the price a pharmacy pays for a medication after discounts have been applied. It is also known as the Average Acquisition Cost.
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