In both the U.S. and imperial systems of measurement, 3/4 teaspoon is equal to 1/4 tablespoon. In the U.S. measurement system, 3/4 teaspoon is equivalent to 3.7 milliliters, and in the imperial system, 3/4 teaspoon is equal to 4.44 milliliters.Know More
Likewise, 3/4 U.S. teaspoon is 0.23 cubic inch, while 3/4 imperial teaspoon is 0.27 cubic inch.
U.S. teaspoons are slightly smaller than imperial teaspoons; there are 1.2 teaspoons in an imperial teaspoon. Three-quarters of a U.S. teaspoon is equal to 0.62 imperial teaspoon, and 3/4 imperial teaspoon is 0.9 U.S. teaspoon.
Common abbreviations for the teaspoon include "t." or "tsp."Learn More
The number of milligrams in 1 teaspoon varies according to the density of the substance being measured. Milligrams are a unit of weight; the teaspoon is a unit of volume equivalent to 5 milliliters. These measurements are part of the modern metric system established by the International System of Units.Full Answer >
There is no direct conversion between these measurements because a milligram is a measure of mass and a teaspoon is a measure of volume. However, there are 0.00018 teaspoons in 1 milligram of salt, so 1 milligram divided by 0.00018 teaspoons equals about 5,555 milligrams per teaspoon of salt.Full Answer >
A teaspoon holds 5 milliliters. A tablespoon, which is 3 teaspoons, holds 15 milliliters. Converting from one form of measurement to another in cooking is becoming a more common practice with more people sharing recipes on the Internet.Full Answer >
An inch equals 1/12 of a foot and 1/36 of a yard in the U.S. customary and imperial measurement systems. It also equals 25.4 millimeters, or 0.0254 meters.Full Answer >