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1/15 of a tablespoon equal 1 ml

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1/15 of a tablespoon equals a ml.

That is 0.282 tablespoon

15 ml equals a tablespoon.

15 ml in 1 tablespoon.

One tablespoon is equal to 15 mL, so 2/3 tablespoon will be 10 mL. It will be easier to measure if you have a teaspoon (which is equal to 5 mL), you will need 2 teaspoons to obtain 10 mL.

15 ml of water in 1 tablespoon.

10 ml (milliliters) is equal to 0.676 tablespoons.

1 tablespoon is 14.79 milliliters. (US)

No, 1 ml is a fifteenth of a tablespoon.

In most countries one level tablespoon equals approximately 15 ml. In Australia it is 20 ml.

1/3 of a tablespoon is 5 ml.

No, it is equal to 15 ml.

1 tablespoon is equal to 15 ml of water.

5 ml is equal to 0.333 of a tablespoon.

1 tablespoon of water equals 15 ml.

4 table spoons equal 59.1470592 ml

25 ml is 1.666 tablespoons.

That is 1/3 of a tablespoon.

One tablespoon EQUALS 15mL. A tablespoon is about equal to 15mL.

1 tablespoon is equal to 15 ml of water.

One tablespoon (Tbsp) is 15 mL. Therefore, 5 mL is approximately 1/3 tablespoon

10 ml (milliliters) is equal to 0.676 tablespoons.

In pharmacology, a tablespoon is equal to 15 ml, a teaspoon is equal to 5 ml. There is no set definition of how many mg are in a tablespoon, if depends on the concentration of the medication that you are takingdepends what your filling the spoon with! If it is cough medicine (or suchlike) about 1000mg

no, that is approximately 0.8 tablespoon

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