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May 27, 2022

[Answer] A miner’s inch is a way to measure what?

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...1. Depth below ground 2. Level of light 3. Thickness of material 4. Water flow

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Water flow - A miner’s inch is a method measuring water flow. "One miner's inch" is the amount of water that will flow in one minute through a one inch square opening. It is equivalent to approximately 9 gallons per minute, although different states have a different method of measuring. Montana and California have the same method of calculation but Colorado uses a slightly different calculation resulting in 7.48 gallons per minute. :

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