L35, What is t? (Conversion)

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Maria Trujillo 1L
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L35, What is t? (Conversion)

Postby Maria Trujillo 1L » Tue Apr 10, 2018 5:54 pm

So for this problem we are asked to convert from kilograms to t, but I am unsure what t is. I searched it up, but found nothing convincing. On the test, will we be given units that are not SI?

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Re: L35, What is t? (Conversion)

Postby octaviahuang1f » Tue Apr 10, 2018 6:08 pm

Hi Maria, I believe t is ton, a non-SI unit that roughly equals to 1000 kilograms. I'm unsure about what will be on the test though.. anyway hope this helps! :)

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Re: L35, What is t? (Conversion)

Postby MadelynNguyen1F » Tue Apr 10, 2018 6:34 pm

I think I remember Dr. Lavelle saying that we would be given unit conversions if it was a unit we wouldn't normally know.

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Re: L35, What is t? (Conversion)

Postby Heung Ching Chia 1E » Sun Apr 15, 2018 7:53 pm

Yep, I am pretty sure t stands for ton, and the conversion is 1000kg= 1 ton(t)

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