Q: How much is 3.5 inches of rain?

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35 inches is two feet eleven inches.

In a year, no. In an hour, possibly - specially if in an area that is not used to much rain.

Twelve inches of rain is one foot of rain

Since there are 12 inches in a foot, then 35 in = 35/12 = 2.92 feet.

35 inches is equal to 2.91666667 feet.

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1 foot = 12 inches 35 inches/12 = 2 feet and 11 inches

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