The second is half of the first.
Half of one eighth is one sixteenth.
Half of an eighth note is a sixteenth note.
1/6 is half of 1/3. Therefore, the product of 300 x 1/6 (50) will be half of the product of 300 x 1/3 (100).
you would take the answer 420 and split in half
Yes, One half of a fourth is one eighth. A fourth of a half is one eighth aswell.
15 is half again as much as 10, so the new product would similarly increase by 50%.
A fourth of a half is an eighth, a half of a fourth is still an eighth. They're both equal.
Half of 4 = 2 Quarter of 4 = 1 Eighth of four = 0.5 (ie a half)
15 a half eighth 30 an eighth 50 a quarter 100 a half 200 an Oz
Quarter, eighth, eighth, half
The answer follows.
Half note. four times longer than the eighth note to be exact
1 half of 1 eighth of 1 fourth is 1/64
five-eighths (5/8) of a cup. To find half of one and a quarter we need to find half of one and then half of a quarter and then add them togerther. Half of one is a half. Half of a quarter is one eighth. So the answer is ahalf and an eighth. 1/2 + 1/8. Now one half is the same as four eighths so we have 4/8 + 1/8. Four eighths plus one eighth is five eighths. = 5/8
There 4 eighth inches in a half inch and 8 eighth inches in an inch.
The creator of the original question wants you to understand that since 1/2 and 1/8 differ by a factor of four, the products will differ by a factor of four, making the first product 100 and the second product 25. It's an unnecessary extra step, since 200/8 = 25
An eighth note is worth half a beat.