One half (1/2), plus a quarter (1/4), equals 3/4. Remember One half is the same as 2 quarters, so its the same as adding 2/4 + 1/4
One half because a half of a quarter equals exactly one half
2 quarters equals a half.2 quarter notes in a half note.
That is the same as adding 2 quarters to 3 quarters, which equals 5 quarters, which is the same as saying, "One and a quarter."
A quarter plus a quarter is a half. In U.S. coins, two quarters equals 50 cents.
a half note equals two quarter notes, the notes are like fractions so in example: Two quarters equals a half, and two halves equal a whole
half of 260 equals 130 . half of 130 equals 65.
No, it equals one sixteenth.
A quarter quart is a half pint. That is one cup of flour.
half= 1/2quarter= 1/4"of" means to multiply1/2 times 1/4equals1*1/2*4equals1/8
2 half notes equal 4 quarter notes which also equals 1 whole note
one half plus one half equals 4/4ths or one whole
one half equals 0.5 and one quarter equals 0.25. 0.25 * 3 equals 0.75. 0.75 ( 3 quarters ) is greater than 0.5 ( 1 half )
1/2 divided by 2 = a quarter
one and one fourth
23 quarter hours equals 15.33.23 quarter hours equals 15.33.23 quarter hours equals 15.33.23 quarter hours equals 15.33.23 quarter hours equals 15.33.23 quarter hours equals 15.33.
The last year the American half dollar, quarter, or dime where made of silver, for general circulation, was 1964.
Quarter is half of a half
Half a pound ==Or...= If it's a liquid measurement you're looking for, 8 ounces equals one cup, half a pint, or one quarter of a gallon.
Only one thing. A dotted half-note. The dot extends the length of a note by one-half. There is nothing in notation that stands for a three/quarter note.
There are 2 quarters hours in half an hour and a quarter of an hour is 15 minutes while half an hour is 30 minutes
3/4 Because a half (½) and a quarter (¼) have different denominators, to add them you find need to find their least common denominator. Fortunately that's easy because 2 is a factor of 4. A half is equivalent to two quarters; adding a third quarter gives a total of ¾.
two fourths equals one half two eighths equals one quarter one half plus one quarter is three quarters. Or, two fourths equals four eighths four eighths plus two eighths equals six eighths six eighths equals three quarters.