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Old 06-02-2007, 04:44 PM
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What is 1.875 milliters in teaspoons??
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Hi, 1.875mL is a VERY precise measurement. If you just want to know for curiositys sake how much it is, it is just over 1/3 of a metric teaspoon. If you are thinking of measuring this amount with a teaspoon, then I would have to reccommend caution. Why such a precise measurement? Is it for something important? - Sorry to be so discouraging
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i want to give my son infants motrin he is almost two and i cant find the syringe to measure it out. and he keeps on throwing up tylenol but keeps down motrin.
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i want to give my son infants motrin he is almost two and i cant find the syringe to measure it out. and he keeps on throwing up tylenol but keeps down motrin.
A measuring teaspoon (part of a set of measuring spoons) is 5 mL. Every set of measuring spoons I've seen for 20 years or more has been dual marked. A half-teaspoon is 2.5 mL and a quarter-teaspoon, 1.25 mL.

A common teaspoon (from a flatwear set) could be ANY size and probably isn't 5 mL. I would caution against trying to measure with a common spoon.
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I need to apply a dry 15-10-10 fertilizer to a bed, using one pound of actual N per 1000 square feet, 3 times a year. If a 50 pound bag costs $8, what is the cost of just the fertilizer applied yearly to the 1000 square feet?
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I need to apply a dry 15-10-10 fertilizer to a bed, using one pound of actual N per 1000 square feet, 3 times a year. If a 50 pound bag costs $8, what is the cost of just the fertilizer applied yearly to the 1000 square feet?
Since it is 15% nitrogen, 1 lb of nitrogen per 1000 ft requires
1 lb/0.15 = 6.7 lb of fertilizer per 1000 ft, 3 times per year or 20 lb/yr

20lb/yr /50 lb * $8 = $3.20 per year
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What is 1.875 milliters in teaspoons??
for a 1 year old what is 1.875 ml in teaspoons
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for a 1 year old what is 1.875 ml in teaspoons
Might be a good idea if you read the first few posts in this thread. In reality, you need to talk to your Dr again, and get a suitable measuring device from the pharmacy when you get your prescription.
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how much milliliters are in 1 teaspoon, 1/2 teaspoon, and 1/4 teaspoon
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how much milliliters are in 1 teaspoon, 1/2 teaspoon, and 1/4 teaspoon
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