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What is 5 tons?

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    One more than 4 tons?

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    10,000 lbs.

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    1 ton= 2,000 lbs.

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    ton is one of the unit of mass.

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    So, 5 tons represents the mass of the object.

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    Ohh, did he mean the definition ?

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    Well, there certainly is some confusion between mass and weight.

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    Weight = Mass*Gravity For those confused :)

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