# ton, short to dram (avoirdupois) conversion

Conversion number between ton, short [sh tn] and dram (avoirdupois) [dr av] is 512000. This means, that ton, short is bigger unit than dram (avoirdupois).

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from dram (avoirdupois) to ton, short conversion

### Enter the number in ton, short:

Decimal Fraction Exponential Expression
 [sh tn]
eg.: 10.12345 or 1.123e5

Result in dram (avoirdupois)

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### Calculation process of conversion value

• 1 ton, short = (exactly) (907.18474) / (1.7718451953125*10^-03) = 512000 dram (avoirdupois)
• 1 dram (avoirdupois) = (exactly) (1.7718451953125*10^-03) / (907.18474) = 1.953125 × 10-6 ton, short
• ? ton, short × (907.18474  ("kg"/"ton, short")) / (1.7718451953125*10^-03  ("kg"/"dram (avoirdupois)")) = ? dram (avoirdupois)

### High precision conversion

If conversion between ton, short to kilogram and kilogram to dram (avoirdupois) is exactly definied, high precision conversion from ton, short to dram (avoirdupois) is enabled.

Decimal places: (0-800)

ton, short
Result in dram (avoirdupois):
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### ton, short to dram (avoirdupois) conversion chart

 Start value: [ton, short] Step size [ton, short] How many lines? (max 100)

visual:
ton, shortdram (avoirdupois)
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105120000
2010240000
3015360000
4020480000
5025600000
6030720000
7035840000
8040960000
9046080000
10051200000
11056320000
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## Multiple conversion

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## Details about ton, short and dram (avoirdupois) units:

Convert Ton, short to other unit:

### ton, short

Definition of ton, short unit: ≡ 2000 lb . 2000 x 0.45359237 kg

Convert Dram (avoirdupois) to other unit:

### dram (avoirdupois)

Definition of dram (avoirdupois) unit: ≡  27 11⁄32 gr = 27.34375 gr. The dram was originally both a coin and a weight in ancient Greece. = 875/32 grain = 1.7718451953125 g

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