Q: How many oz equals 2 T?

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64000 oz equal 2(T) tons

0.5 oz = 1 T 1.5 oz = 3 T

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29 t = 928 000 oz

1 fluid oz. equals 2 T and there are 8 fluid oz. in a cup so 16 T equals 1 cup, or 4 T in 1/4 cup.

1.2 t(US) = 38400.000 oz

3 t equals 1 tbs 2 tbs = 1 oz 8 oz = 1 cup 2 cups = 1 pint 2 pints = 1 quart 4 quarts = 1 gallon

_______lb = 2 T 700 lb

There are 32,000 oz. in one t.

6 oz = 3/4 C = 12 T = 36 t

1 short ton = 32,000 ounces2 short tons = 64,000 ounces

3 t(US) = 96000.000 oz3 t(US) = 96000.000 oz3 t(US) = 96000.000 oz3 t(US) = 96000.000 oz3 t(US) = 96000.000 oz3 t(US) = 96000.000 oz

5 t(US) = 160000.000 oz5 t(US) = 160000.000 oz5 t(US) = 160000.000 oz5 t(US) = 160000.000 oz5 t(US) = 160000.000 oz5 t(US) = 160000.000 oz

It Takes 2 to Tango

.5 0unces One tablespoons is equal to half an ounce (1 T. = 0.5 oz) Fluid Ounces

4 Teaspoons cannot equal a cup. Here's how it would break down: Conversions:CHARTtsp = teaspoonT = tablespoonc. = Cupfl oz. = Fluid Ounceqt = quartgal = GallonEQUALS:3 tsp = 1 T2 T = 1 fl oz.1 c. = 8 fl oz.2 c. = 1 pint = 16 fl oz.2 pints = 1 qt. = 32 fl oz.4 qt. = 1 gal = 128 oz.-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Convert Weights:oz. to gm; oz x 28.35gm to oz.; gm x .03527-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------More Conversions: EQUALS# = Pounds1# unsifted Flour = 4 cups1# unsifted Cake Flour = 4 1/3 cups1# Butter = 2 cups1# Sugar = 2 1/4 cups1# Powdered (Confectioners) Sugar = 4 cups1# Brown Sugar = 2 2/3 cups-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Hope any of this helps!!~Valeriehttp://www.myspace.com/bellacake

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1 T of whole = 2 T of ground

3 table spoons of cheese

t=3/2 or t=2 1/2

no it equals 20, yes it equals 2 you illiterate piece of sh*t

-t+2=12-t=10t=-10

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g(t) = 2/tThe function is the same as writing g(t) = 2 t-1,and that's not too difficult to differentiate:g'(t) = -2 t-2g'(1/2) = -2 (1/2)-2 = -2 (4) = -8

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