Q: How many units are in a ton?

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It doesn't make sense to convert between units of length and units of mass.

It is the 2,000 pound one. There are two other units of ton.

That simply can't be converted - it doesn't make sense. You are trying to compare units of power with units of mass. If you mean "in 1 ton of fuel", it still doesn't make sense, because (a) the fuel must be specified, and (b) you would be confusing units of power, with units of energy.

impossible to answer. The units are one of area and the other of mass!!!!

This answer really depends upon the size of the unit in question. Smaller units will require more in number in comparison with larger units.

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Exactly one.

Yard and ton are very different units; check the spelling.

Errr, 6 as your question stands. In what units did you want it?

It doesn't make sense to convert between units of length and units of mass.

A ton is a unit of mass. An inch is a unit of length. The two units are therefore incompatible.

You can if you define the kind of ton, because there are many different units that involve the word "ton" (short, long, and metric). A short ton is 2000 pounds, so there is 1/2000 short ton in a pound, or 0.0005 short ton per pound.

It is the 2,000 pound one. There are two other units of ton.

That simply can't be converted - it doesn't make sense. You are trying to compare units of power with units of mass. If you mean "in 1 ton of fuel", it still doesn't make sense, because (a) the fuel must be specified, and (b) you would be confusing units of power, with units of energy.

The number of units in 1 ton of liquid nitrogen fertilizer will depend on the specific volume or packaging of the product. To determine the number of units, you would usually need to know the volume or weight of each individual unit.

Libra, the ancient Roman units of mass, equals to ca. 327.168 g. So in 1 ton there are ca. 3,056.534 libras.

One ton of TNT is equivalent to approximately 4.184 billion British Thermal Units (BTUs).

You can't convert between units that measure completely different things.