Conversion number between **cup (breakfast)** and
**tablespoon (Australian metric)** is **14.20653125**.
This means, that cup (breakfast) is bigger unit than tablespoon (Australian metric).

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Result in **tablespoon (Australian metric)**

- 1 cup (breakfast) = (exactly) `(2.84130625*10^-04) / (0.00002)` =
**14.20653125**tablespoon (Australian metric) - 1 tablespoon (Australian metric) = (exactly) `(0.00002) / (2.84130625*10^-04)` =
**0.070390159455708**cup (breakfast) - ? cup (breakfast) × `(2.84130625*10^-04 ("m³"/"cup (breakfast)")) / (0.00002 ("m³"/"tablespoon (Australian metric)"))` =
**?**tablespoon (Australian metric)

If conversion between **cup (breakfast) to cubic-metre** and **cubic-metre to tablespoon (Australian metric)** is exactly definied, high precision conversion from cup (breakfast) to tablespoon (Australian metric) is enabled.

Decimal places: (0-800)

cup (breakfast)Result in

Start value: | [cup (breakfast)] |

Step size | [cup (breakfast)] |

How many lines? | (max 100) |

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cup (breakfast) | tablespoon (Australian metric) |
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0 | 0 |

10 | 142.0653125 |

20 | 284.130625 |

30 | 426.1959375 |

40 | 568.26125 |

50 | 710.3265625 |

60 | 852.391875 |

70 | 994.4571875 |

80 | 1136.5225 |

90 | 1278.5878125 |

100 | 1420.653125 |

110 | 1562.7184375 |

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Convert **Cup (breakfast) to other unit:**

### cup (breakfast)

Definition of cup (breakfast) unit: ≡ 10 fl oz (imp). A unit of liquid volume, used in food recipes in Britain = 284.130625×10^{−6} m³

Convert **Tablespoon (Australian metric) to other unit:**

### tablespoon (Australian metric)

Definition of tablespoon (Australian metric) unit: ≡ 20 ml. Defined as exactly 20 mL ≡ 20.0×10^{−6} m³

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