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20,000 pounds equals how many English tons? A. 1 ton B. 10,000 tons C. 10 tons D. 2,000 tons
B. 10 tons is the answer. 20,000 lbs = 10 Tons
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User: 20,000 pounds equals how many English tons? A. 1 ton B. 10,000 tons C. 10 tons D. 2,000 tons

Weegy: B. 10 tons is the answer. 20,000 lbs = 10 Tons
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User: If a sports shop sold 1,500 dozen golf balls last week, how many individual golf balls did the shop sell? A. 12,500 B. 180 C. 18,000 D. 125



Weegy: 1 dozen = 12 So, 1,500 * 12 = C. 18,000
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