What is lighter a ton of feathers or a ton of bricks¿?

Its the same because it still equals a ton. We only get confused because we know that a brick is obviously heavier than a feather. But there would probably be more feathers than bricks.
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When you give the tonnage are you giving it as a mass or a weight?  If mass then the stone will weigh more as mass only refers to how much material is there while weight is a measure of how much gravity effects it.  A ton(mass) of feathers will have less weight than the ton(mass) of stone simply because of feather's semi-buoyancy in gasses.  If you are giving ton as a weight then they both weigh the same.
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alexia smith commented
Just answer the question! You've turned it into rocket science lol!
John Doe commented
He wins....I fail.
Neither
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I would say they are the same
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Neither . They are both the same weight because you said a ton . ;)
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Yo mom is lighter >.>
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Neither. Which is heavier. A pound of gold or a pound of feathers? Lol. (trick question)
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Neither, hey wegh the same
Duane Bryant commented
A pound of feathers (7000 grains vs 5760 grains of gold)
Random Guy commented
None tey both weigh a pound
They weigh the same haha this used to trip me up when I was 5 haha
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They are the same weight.  So they are are equal unless you are assuming lighter is being used in the sense of tint.
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A ton is a ton, whatever it is, it's just that light objects take up more space.
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