Q: What is the air temp at 35000 feet?

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There are 5280 feet in one mile. Therefore, 6.5 miles is equal to 6.5 x 5280 = 34320 feet. Subtracting this from 35000 feet gives 35000 - 34320 = 680 feet.

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30% of 35,000 = 30% * 35000 = 0.3 * 35000 = 10,500

35% of 35000= 35% * 35000= 0.35 * 35000= 12,250

261,818.18 Gallons or 218,009.24 Gallons Imperial for all you metric folks.

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There are 5280 feet in one mile. Therefore, 6.5 miles is equal to 6.5 x 5280 = 34320 feet. Subtracting this from 35000 feet gives 35000 - 34320 = 680 feet.

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It depends on the pressurization schedule of the Aircraft but in case of an airliner it will be around 6500 feet.

35,000 feet is 10,668 meters.

no 5 mi = 26400 ft 35000 ft = 6.628 mi

yes, you can hear planes at 35000 feet.

35,000 feet = 6.63 miles.

35000

ft = feet so 35000 feet = 35000ft ft stands for feet! YOU STUPID PERSON!

35,000 square feet is 3,251.6 square meters.

35,000 feet = 10.668 kilometers (rounded)

that depends on which airplane you're talking about.