The normal dosage of a particular medicine is \(t\) tablets per day for each patient. A hospital’s current supply of the

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The normal dosage of a particular medicine is \(t\) tablets per day for each patient. A hospital’s current supply of these tablets will last \(p\) patients for \(d\) days. If the recommended dosage increases by \(20\%\) and the number of patients decreases by one-third, then for how many days will the hospital’s supply last?

A) \(5d/4\)
B) \(4d/5\)
C) \(4pt/5\)
D) \(4t/5\)
E) \(4dt/5\)

The OA is A