Q: Do 2 teaspoons equal to 10ml?

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One millilitre is equal to 0.202884 teaspoons, so there are 2.02884 teaspoons in 10 millilitres.

No, 2 teaspoons

18 cup =2 tablespoons 2 tablespoons ×3 teaspoons tablespoon=6 teaspoons

Three teaspoons are equal to one tablespoon.

On average, 30 teaspoons will be equal to about 2/3 of a cup. This is equal to a little over 3 ounces or so. This depends on what the material is, however.

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Since one milliliter equals 0.2 teaspoons, 10 milliliters equal 2 teaspoons (0.2 x 10).

10ml is equal to 2 teaspoons, as a teaspoon is 5ml

Approx 2 teaspoons and 2/3 tablespoon

2 teaspoons is 10ml.

10mL is two US teaspoons.

One millilitre is equal to 0.202884 teaspoons, so there are 2.02884 teaspoons in 10 millilitres.

That is approximately 2 teaspoons.

There are 5ml in one teaspoon. So 10ml is 2 teaspoons. There are 15ml in three teaspoons. There are three teaspoons in one tablespoon -- 15 ml. There are two tablespoons (30 ml) in one ounce. So 10ml is 1/3 of an ounce. This is also 0.01 litres, 1cl, 10,000ul etc

No, 2 teaspoons

That is 10 ml.

There is 10 ml of water in 2 standard cooking teaspoons.

Yes, there are 5cc (or 5 mL) in one teaspoon, so 2 teaspoons would be 10cc (or 10 mL).