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Hurricane Katrina dropped about fourteen inches of rain over a 48 hour period. How much rain is this in one hour ?

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drwls
14"/48h = 7/24 inches per hour (average)
That would be better expressed as a decimal.
Of course, there were some hours with much more rain that that.
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