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  • #8952
    dhananajay
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    Maths Teacher Was Teaching
    Mathematical Conversions

    Teacher-If
    1000 Kgs= Ton.
    Then

    For 3000 Kgs =How Much?

    Santa- Ton!Ton!Ton..

    • This topic was modified 8 years, 11 months ago by dhananajay.
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    #9041
    illa
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    Nice Joke 🙂

    #22525
    jesonzale
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    The conversion factor from kilograms to tons is 1 ton = 1000 kilograms. Therefore, to convert 3000 kilograms to tons, we divide the number of kilograms by the conversion factor:

    3000 kilograms / 1000 kilograms/ton = 3 tons

    So, the correct answer is that 3000 kilograms is equal to 3 tons, not “Ton! Ton! Ton!” as jokingly suggested by Santa.You can contact me on Gb whatsapp if you have doubt in solution.

    Understanding mathematical conversions is important in various real-life scenarios, such as converting units of weight, length, volume, or time. It allows us to express quantities in different units and facilitates communication and consistency in measurement.

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    gamerun
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