Converting 1 Tablespoon to Grams


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How many grams of water are in 10 tbsp of water?

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1. How many tablespoons of water are in 60 g of water?

2. How many grams of water are in 1/2 tbsp of water?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Use the quiz/worksheet presented here to test your understanding of the process of converting tablespoons to grams. Ensure your grasp of the subject by answering questions on things like the number of grams of a liquid substance in 10 tablespoons and the number of tablespoons of that substance in a given amount of grams.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Consider the following goals:

  • Calculate the number of grams in ½ tablespoon
  • Find the number of grams in 3 tablespoons, when you're given the density and volume in milliliters
  • Determine the density of water, with regard to grams-in-tablespoon conversions

Skills Practiced

  • Problem solving - use acquired knowledge to solve tablespoons to grams conversion practice problems
  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you can accurately define main phrases, such as grams and tablespoons
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding volume and density

Additional Learning

Learn more about this particular area of mathematical conversions with a lesson named Converting 1 Tablespoon to Grams. Lesson topics are as follows:

  • Steps to solving these equations
  • How these conversions are useful in real-world situations
  • The mass of a substance

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