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How many bale [UK] in 1 short ton?
The answer is 2.7777777777778.
We assume you are converting between bale [UK] and short ton.
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The SI base unit for mass is the kilogram.
1 kilogram is equal to 0.0030619758636789 bale [UK], or 0.0011023113109244 short ton.
Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results.
Use this page to learn how to convert between bales and short tons.
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1 bale [UK] to short ton = 0.36 short ton
5 bale [UK] to short ton = 1.8 short ton
10 bale [UK] to short ton = 3.6 short ton
20 bale [UK] to short ton = 7.2 short ton
30 bale [UK] to short ton = 10.8 short ton
40 bale [UK] to short ton = 14.4 short ton
50 bale [UK] to short ton = 18 short ton
75 bale [UK] to short ton = 27 short ton
100 bale [UK] to short ton = 36 short ton
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The short ton is a unit of mass equal to 2000 lb (exactly 907.18474 kg). In the United States it is often called simply "ton" without distinguishing it from the metric ton (or tonne) and the long ton —rather, the other two are specifically noted. There are, however, some U.S. applications for which "tons", even if unidentified, are usually long tons (e.g., Navy ships) or metric tons (e.g., world grain production figures).
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