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  • one year ago

A volunteer is weighing dogs to determine which dogs get sent to the small-dog play area and which dogs get sent to the large-dog play area. pounds ounces tons

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    Hi! I'm not sure what your actual question is though :)

  6. anonymous
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    In what unit is mostlikely to weigh dogs

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    Oh, okay! Well, as an example, compare your own weight with the weight of a dog - they're probably similar! (Of course, it depends on the size of the dog!)

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    So what unit would you use to weigh yourself - ounces, pounds or tons? :)

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    pounds i know this for a fact

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