In the United States, when people say "a ton," they're most often thinking of the short ton of 2,000 pounds.
In the UK, a ton is equal to the long ton of 2,240 pounds.
Depends which "ton" you want:
The international unit for mass is the kilogram; the tonne (t) is a multiple of kg but is only an "accepted" unit in SI - the correct name is megagram.
Short and long ton are obsolete units that make many confusions.
There are 2,000 pounds in every ton.
One ton (US short ton) equals 2000 pounds.
The answer depends on what you mean by a tom.
2,000 pounds in the US.
2000lb = 1 tonne
1 short ton = 2000 pounds
I'm pretty sure in UK 14 lbs is equal to one stone. In us it is 13.7 lbs.
10kg = 22 (22.0462) lbs.
3kg = 6.6 (6.61387) lbs.
One pound = 1 lbs
6.5 lbs. = about 2,948 grams.
75.9kg is equal to about 167 (167.3309) lbs.
12 inch lbs equal 1 ft lb.