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Hi Faman39,
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I tried to solve it, but there is something with answers .....
It is ok, thank you so much :)
@UnkleRhaukus can you able to help me with this ?
\[1[\text{lb}]=16[\text{oz}]\]
0.15 ton = 150 kg ........no answer
Thanks so much guys for helping me alot!
\[1[\text{ton}]\approx907.2[\text{kg}]\]
I am new here, nice to meet you
are you Sure?, 1ton = 1000 kg
you mean \[ 1[\text{tonne}] = 1000 [\text{kg}]\] @gvt016
yes, that´s the way we calculate
Pleasure meeting with you too @gvt016 :)
\[1[\text{gal}]\approx3785.4[\text{ml}]\]
I am not an Englis speaker..... I think I am quite far...
0.05 gal = 227.3045 ml
\[1[\text{pt}]=16[\text{oz}]\]
Thanks so much both of you !!! You guys are really amazing!!!!
use US gallons not British gallons for this question
Ok :) i will try to understand all this, which u both showed me
Thanks alot @UnkleRhaukus and @gvt016 !!!!!!!! :)
we use "litros"... thanks for the note

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