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could some one tell me if this is correct under typical conditions 0.5 feet of snow will melt to 2 inches of water. To how many inches of water will 3.5 ft of snow melt . it will melt to ___ inches answer 14 inches
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amber15 Group Title
could some one tell me if this is correct under typical conditions 0.5 feet of snow will melt to 2 inches of water. To how many inches of water will 3.5 ft of snow melt . it will melt to ___ inches answer 14 inches
 one year ago
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dan815 Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
there are 7 0.5s in 3.5, and each 0.5 feet gives u 2 inches so 7 0.5 inches will give u 7*2 inches
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