Yes, 15 ml equals 1 tablespoon.

No, 1 tablespoon equals 15 ml.

No, 15 ml equals 1 tablespoon

15 milliliters is 1.01 tablespoons.

1 tablespoon is 15 ml.

That is approximately 15 ml

There are 15 milliliters in 1 tablespoon

1 tablespoon is just under 15 milliliters, so 4.

1 tablespoon is equal to 15 milliliters so 3 tablespoons of water is 45 milliliters.

There are 15 mL in 1 tablespoon

15 ml in a tablespoon.

1 tablespoon of water is equal to 15 ml.

1 tablespoon = 14.7867648 milliliters

Approximately 15 ml in 1 tablespoon

Yes 15 ml (milliliters) is equal to approximately 1 tablespoons.Exactly though, 15 ml is equal to 1.0144 tablespoons, but your conversion is close enough.

1 tablespoon is 15 ml of water.

15 ml in 1 tablespoon.

No, millimeters measures distance, 15 millimeters is equal to 0.59 inches. 15 milliliters on the other hand is equal to 1.0144 tablespoons.

15 ml = 1.01442 tbs(US) Thus, for all practical purposes the answer is yes.

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

1 tablespoon is 14.79 milliliters. (US)

1 tablespoon is equal to 15 ml of water.

1/15 of a tablespoon equal 1 ml

No, it is 1/15 of a tablespoon.

15 ml of water in 1 tablespoon15 ml in a standard north American tablespoon.

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