Converting Measurements, Chemistry

Doctors prescribe medicine based upon body weight. The recommended dose is 5.0 mg antibiotic per kg body weight and the antibiotic is dissolved to form a solution with a concentration of 25 mg antibiotic per mL solution. How many milliliters of an antibiotic must be prescribed for a 150. lb person?
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