Q: How do you count 4 minims in a bar in crotchets?

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The musical notes are always the same, and indicated by the symbol used. A crotchet always lasts half the length of a semibreve. A quaver always lasts half the length of a crotchet, and so on. How long a crotchet is is usually given in the tempo. For instance, it might say 120 crotchets per minute. The time signature at the start shows how many notes there are in a bar. This is to do with the phrasing of the music, not how long individual notes last. A time signature of 3/4 means that there are 3 crotchets in a bar.

Sum = -5 - 3 - 2 + 14 = 4 Count = 4 So mean = Sum/Count = 4/4 = 1

an eighth note which is half of one beat or count in 4/4 time

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Theres all these: Simple time signatures: 4/1 = 4 semibreves in a bar (16 crotchets) = quadruple time 3/1 = 3 semibreves in a bar (12 crotchets) = triple time 2/1 = 2 semibreves in a bar (8 crotchets) = double time 4/2 = 4 minims in a bar (8 crotchets) = quadruple time 3/2 = 3 minims in a bar (6 crotchets) = triple time 2/2 = 2 minims in a bar (4 crotchets) = double time 4/4 = 4 crotchets in a bar (4 crotchets) = quadruple time 3/4 = 3 crotchets in a bar (3 crotchets) = triple time 2/4 = 2 crotchets in a bar (2 crotchets) = double time 4/8 = 4 quavers in a bar (2 crotchets) = quadruple time 3/8 = 3 quavers in a bar (1.5 crotchets) = triple time 2/8 = 2 quavers in a bar (1 crotchet) = double time 4/16 = 4 semiquavers in a bar (1 crotchet) = quadruple time 3/16 = 3 semiquavers in a bar (0.75 crotchets) = triple time 2/16 = 2 semiquavers in a bar (0.5 crotchets) = double time 4/32 = 4 demisemiquavers in a bar (0.5 crotchets) = quadruple time 3/32 = 3 demisemiquavers in a bar (0.375 crotchets or 3/8 of a crotchet) = triple time 2/32 = 2 demisemiquavers in a bar (0.25 crotchets) = double time Compound Time signatures: 12/1 = 4 dotted breves in a bar (48 crotchets) = quadruple time 9/1 = 3 dotted breves in a bar (36 crotchets) = triple time 6/1 = 2 dotted breves in a bar (24 crotchets) = double time 12/2 = 4 dotted semibreves in a bar (24 crotchets) = quadruple time 9/2 = 3 dotted semibreves in a bar (18 crotchets) = triple time 6/2 = 2 dotted semibreves in bar (12 crotchets) = double time 12/4 = 4 dotted minims in a bar (12 crotchets) = quadruple time 9/4 = 3 dotted minims in a bar (9 crotchets) = triple time 6/4 = 2 dotted minims in a bar (6 crotchets) = double time 12/8 = 4 dotted crotchets in a bar (6 crotchets) = quadruple time 9/8 = 3 dotted crochets in a bar (4.5 crotchets) = triple time 6/8 = 2 dotted crochets in a bar (3 crotchets) = double time 12/16 = 4 dotted quavers in a bar (3 crotchets) = quadruple time 9/16 = 3 dotted quavers in a bar (2.25 crotchets) = triple time 6/16 = 2 dotted quavers in a bar (1.5 crotchets) = double time 12/32 = 4 dotted semiquavers in a bar (1.5 crotchets) = quadruple time 9/32 = 3 dotted semiquavers in a bar (1.125 crotchets or 1 and 1/8 of a crotchet) = triple time 6/32 = 2 dotted semiquavers in a bar (0.75 crotchets) = double time But remember that these are not all the time signatures ever invented. There are also irregular time signatures.

Semibreves cannot be tied to dotted minims. In any case, a semibreve is worth 4 crotchets and a minim is worth 2, but a dot adds half the value of the note to the note, so a dotted minim is worth 3. The answer to your question is 7 crotchets but it is not possible.

4 milliliters is about 64.92 minims.

4mL is 64.923 minims.

There are 4 minims in a breve.

Semibreves cannot be tied to dotted minims. In any case, a semibreve is worth 4 crotchets and a minim is worth 2, but a dot adds half the value of the note to the note, so a dotted minim is worth 3. The answer to your question is 7 crotchets but it is not possible.

There are 2 semi-quavers in a quaver

It means... there are 2 quarter-note (or crotchets) beats per bar.

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Well you could fill a bar in 2/4 time in many different ways. You could use one minim or use two crotchets. You could also use combinations such as a crotchet followed by two quavers. To fill up a bar in the simplest way, I would use a minim or two crotchets.