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20,000 pounds equals how many English tons? A. 10 tons B. 1 ton C. 10,000 tons D. 2,000 tons
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User: 20,000 pounds equals how many English tons? A. 10 tons B. 1 ton C. 10,000 tons D. 2,000 tons

Weegy: 20,000 pounds equals D. 10 tons.
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User: What's the conversion factor used to convert miles to yards? A. 1 mile = 1,760 yards B. 1 mile = 1,000 yards C. 1 mile = 5,280 yards D. 1 mile = 3,600 yards

Weegy: The conversion factor used to convert miles to yards is 1 mile = 1,760 yards.
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User: If military time is 0145, what time is it on a regular clock? A. 1:45 P.M. B. 12:45 P.M. C. 12:45 A.M. D. 1:45 A.M

Weegy: If military time is 0145, it would be 1:45 A.M.
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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. 125 C. 18,000 D. 180

Weegy: If a sports shop sold 1,500 dozen golf balls last week, 18,000 individual golf balls does the shop sell. Solution: 1 dozen= 12 pcs. 1,500?12=18,000 individual golf balls
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User: The English measurement system is primarily used by what country? A. United States B. England C. Ireland D. Italy

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The English measurement system is primarily used by United States.
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