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# Is bushel a math term

Updated: 12/11/2022

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A bushel is a unit of dry volume and is used as a unit of mass or weight. So a bushel of oats in the USA is equal to 14.51Kgs, in Canada 15.52Kgs. The name derives from the 14th Century, meaning a Box

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