How many Tablespoons are in a third of a cup?

There are 16 tablespoons in a cup, there are 3 teaspoons in a tablespoon. So, there are 5 tablespoons and one teaspoon in 1/3 of a cup.


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  1. 1 Measuring Liquids

    The simplest things to measure are liquids as they usually weigh as much as they measure in ounces. They either fill the space of the measuring container or melt to fill the container. For example, 4 ounces of a liquid is half a cup, and it actually weighs 4 ounces.

  2. 2 What is a cup?

    It is a volume unit, and 1 cup equals 48US tsp, 1 Imperial cup equals 45 Imperial tsp and 1 metric cup equals 50 metric tsp.

  3. 3 How to convert cups to teaspoons?

    As mentioned above, 1 cup equals 48tsp. Therefore, for turning cups into a teaspoon, you need to multiply the cup value by 48. For example,

    For converting 1/4 cup to tsp, multiply 0.25*48 = 12tsp. This means that ¼ cup is equal to tsp. Hence the formula is,

    Teaspoon= cup*48

  4. 4 Tablespoon conversions

    3 tsp = 1bsp
    1tbsp= 1/16 cup
    2 tbsp+2tsp= 1/6 cup
    2tbsp= 1/8 cup
    4tbsp= ¼ cup
    5tbsp+1tsp= 1/3 cup
    6tbsp= 3/8 cup
    8tbsp= ½ cup
    10tbsp+2tspn= 2/3 cup
    12 tbsp= ¾ cup
    16tbsp= 1 cup

  5. 5 Conversion table

    Here is the conversion table for dry and liquid measurements:

    Dry Measure Equivalents





     3 teaspoons

     1 tablespoon

     1/2 ounce

     14.3 grams

     2 tablespoons

    1/8 cup

     1 ounce

     28.3 grams

     4 tablespoons

     1/4 cup

     2 ounces

     56.7 grams

     5 1/3 tablespoons

     1/3 cup

     2.6 ounces

     75.6 grams

     8 tablespoons

     1/2 cup

     4 ounces

     113.4 grams

     12 tablespoons

     3/4 cup

     6 ounces

     .375 pound

     32 tablespoons

     2 cups

     16 ounces

     1 pound

    Volume (Liquid)  

    American Standard  (Cups & Quarts )

    American Standard(Ounces)

    Metric(Milliliters & Liters)

    2 tbsp 

    1 fl. oz.

    30 ml

    1/4 cup

    2 fl. oz.

    60 ml

    1/2 cup

    4 fl. oz.

    125 ml

    1 cup

    8 fl. oz. 

    250 ml

    1 1/2 cups

    12 fl. oz.

    375 ml

    2 cups or 1 pint

    16 fl. oz.

    500 ml

    4 cups or 1 quart

    32 fl. oz.

    1000 ml or 1 litre

    1 gallon

    128 fl. oz.

    4 litres

    Volume (Dry)

    3 teaspoons

    1 tablespoon

    1/2 ounce

    14.3 grams

    2 tablespoons

    1/8 cup

    1 fluid ounce

    28.35 grams

    4 tablespoons

    1/4 cup

    2 fluid ounces

    56.7 grams

    5 1/3 tablespoons

    1/3 cup

    2.6 fluid ounces

    75.6 grams

    8 tablespoons

    1/2 cup

    4 ounces

    113.4 grams

    12 tablespoons

    3/4 cup

    6 ounces

    0.375 pound (170 grams)

    32 tablespoons

    2 cups

    16 ounces

    1 pound (453.6 grams)

    64 tablespoons

    4 cups

    32 ounces

    2 pounds (907 grams)


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