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How many minim in 1 tablespoon [metric]? The answer is 243.46096242422.
We assume you are converting between minim [US] and tablespoon [metric].
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The SI derived unit for volume is the cubic meter.
1 cubic meter is equal to 16230730.828281 minim, or 66666.666666667 tablespoon [metric].
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›› Quick conversion chart of minim to tablespoon [metric]

1 minim to tablespoon [metric] = 0.00411 tablespoon [metric]

10 minim to tablespoon [metric] = 0.04107 tablespoon [metric]

50 minim to tablespoon [metric] = 0.20537 tablespoon [metric]

100 minim to tablespoon [metric] = 0.41074 tablespoon [metric]

200 minim to tablespoon [metric] = 0.82149 tablespoon [metric]

500 minim to tablespoon [metric] = 2.05372 tablespoon [metric]

1000 minim to tablespoon [metric] = 4.10743 tablespoon [metric]

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