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What is the equivalent of the volume 0.25 metric tablespoons in millilitres (the metric unit of volume equal to one thousandth of a liter)?

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I followed this chain of reasoning:

By calculation (generator: ["now@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

The current time is August 30th 2014, 04:14:39

The current time is August 30th 2014, 04:14:39

By calculation (generator: ["second_parameter@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

metric tablespoon is the second parameter of 0.25 metric tablespoons

metric tablespoon is the second parameter of 0.25 metric tablespoons

I know from locally stored knowledge that:

liter is the optimum conversion unit for metric tablespoon ([fact: ["644333080@trueknowledge.com"]])

liter is the optimum conversion unit for metric tablespoon ([fact: ["644333080@trueknowledge.com"]])

Fact 1:
0.015
is the multiplier that converts
metric tablespoon and liter
([fact: ["724937280@trueknowledge.com"]])

Fact 1
is true for
December 6th 2010, 14:23:17 onwards
([fact: ["1050385790@trueknowledge.com"]])

Fact 1
is true for
all time
([fact: ["1050413586@trueknowledge.com"]])

Fact 2:
1,000
is the multiplier that converts
liter and milliliter
([fact: ["127571766@trueknowledge.com"]])

Fact 2
is true for
October 8th 2009, 20:39:59 onwards
([fact: ["643458716@trueknowledge.com"]])

Fact 2
is true for
all time
([fact: ["1050410858@trueknowledge.com"]])

By calculation (generator: ["tpintersect@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

December 6th 2010, 14:23:17 onwards is the timeperiod intersection of December 6th 2010, 14:23:17 onwards and October 8th 2009, 20:39:59 onwards

December 6th 2010, 14:23:17 onwards is the timeperiod intersection of December 6th 2010, 14:23:17 onwards and October 8th 2009, 20:39:59 onwards

By calculation (generator: ["product@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

15.0 is the product of 0.015 and 1,000

15.0 is the product of 0.015 and 1,000

By calculation (generator: ["multiplier_that_converts2@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

Fact 3: 15.0 is the multiplier that converts metric tablespoon and milliliter

Fact 3: 15.0 is the multiplier that converts metric tablespoon and milliliter

Fact 3
is true for
December 6th 2010, 14:23:17 onwards

By calculation (generator: ["timeperiodtopoint@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

Fact 3 is true at August 30th 2014, 04:14:39

Fact 3 is true at August 30th 2014, 04:14:39

By calculation (generator: ["multiplier_that_converts2@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

Fact 3 is true for all time

Fact 3 is true for all time

By calculation (generator: ["tpintersect@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

all time is the timeperiod intersection of all time and all time

all time is the timeperiod intersection of all time and all time

By calculation (generator: ["first_parameter@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

0.25 is the first parameter of 0.25 metric tablespoons

0.25 is the first parameter of 0.25 metric tablespoons

By calculation (generator: ["product@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

3.75 is the product of 15.0 and 0.25

3.75 is the product of 15.0 and 0.25

By calculation (generator: ["class_parametered_object@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

volume is the class of the parametered object 0.25 metric tablespoons

volume is the class of the parametered object 0.25 metric tablespoons

By calculation (generator: ["parametered_object_corresponding_to@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

3.75 milliliters is the parametered object corresponding to volume and 3.75 and milliliter

3.75 milliliters is the parametered object corresponding to volume and 3.75 and milliliter

By calculation (generator: ["equivalent_to6@trueknowledge.com"]) I know that:

Fact 4: 3.75 milliliters is equivalent to 0.25 metric tablespoons

Fact 4: 3.75 milliliters is equivalent to 0.25 metric tablespoons

Fact 4
is true at
August 30th 2014, 04:14:39

Fact 4:
milliliter
is the unit used in
3.75 milliliters

I used the following facts to provide this answer:

liter is the optimum conversion unit for metric tablespoon

0.015 has been the multiplier that converts metric tablespoon and liter since at least December 6th 2010, 14:23:17

0.015 has always been the multiplier that converts metric tablespoon and liter and will be forever

1,000 has been the multiplier that converts liter and milliliter since at least October 8th 2009, 20:39:59

1,000 has always been the multiplier that converts liter and milliliter and will be forever

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