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Is the rate 1.2 in rain/5hrs equivalent to the rate 2.1 in rain / 8 hrs ?

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    is 1.2/5 the same as 2.1/8 ?

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    1.2 / 5 = 2.1 / x
    1.2x = 10.5
    x = 8.75

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