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I only know standard inches - are there some other kind ?

35mm is the metric equivalent of 1.3779527 inches, to seven decimal places.

Posted on Dec 29, 2016

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Hi Jerry:
35 mm is 3.5 cm
My trusty texas instrument metric converter tells me that converts to 1.3779527 inches.
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