Posted by **Tatiana** on Saturday, April 23, 2011 at 11:19pm.

Total Rainfall = rainfall mm x area covered

In order to ensure that our values are correct we will need to convert the area covered (the total area of the two tanks) from metres into millimetres. We will also need to convert the total rainfall (KL) into mm.

Total Rainfall = rainfall mm x 8558.25m

8558.25 = ? mm

8558.25 x 100 = 855825cm

855825 x 10 = 8558250mm

Total Rainfall = rainfall mm x 8558250mm

= rainfall mm x 8558.25

¡æ 1KL = 1000000000mm

3.51125KL = ? mm

3.51125 x 1000000000 = 3511250000

3511250000 = rainfall mm x 8558.25

3511250000 ¡À 8558.25 = rainfall mm

410276.6337 = rainfall mm

rainfall mm©ø = ∛(total rainfall)

= ∛410276.6637

= 74.30629279mm

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