Q: 250 metric ton how many in kilogram?

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1 metric ton = 1000 kilograms so 1 kilogram is 1/1000 metric tonAnswerthere are 1000 kilograms to a metric ton there are 0.001 metric tons to a kilogram1 kilogram = 0.001 tonnes

1 U.S. ton = 907.18474 kilograms1000 kg in 1 ton.

907.185 Kilograms per each Ton. .0011 Tons per Kilogram

First, there is no "English". Second, there are hundreds on conversion factors between the near-obsolete (conventional) and metric systems. For mass alone, for example, there are conversions from grain to milligram, ounce to gram, pound to kilogram, stone to kilogram, hundredweight to kilogram, Imperial ton to metric ton. There are more that these.

One metric ton is 35,274 ounces.

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1 kilogram = 2.20462 pounds 1 metric ton = 1000 kilograms 1 metric ton x 1000 kilograms/metric ton x 2.20462 pounds/kilogram 1 metric ton = 2204.62 pounds you may try the online converter linked below

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1 metric ton = 1000 kilograms so 1 kilogram is 1/1000 metric tonAnswerthere are 1000 kilograms to a metric ton there are 0.001 metric tons to a kilogram1 kilogram = 0.001 tonnes

1 U.S. ton = 907.18474 kilograms1000 kg in 1 ton.

907.185 Kilograms per each Ton. .0011 Tons per Kilogram

1 metric ton

There is a mixture of imperial and metric units; first, I'll order each set, and then put them together in one ordered list: Imperial: ounce, pound, ton Metric: gram, kilogram, metric ton (tonne) Together depends upon where you are: 1 tonne ≈ 2205 lb * In UK which uses the long ton = 2240 lb: gram, ounce, pound, kilogram, metric ton, ton (here the metric ton is only slightly less than the ton) * In USA which uses the short ton = 2000 lb gram, ounce, pound, kilogram, ton, metric ton (here the metric ton is quite a bit more than the ton)