It is ten eights, or one and two eights or one and a quarter or 1.25 as a decimal.
Two One-eighth + one-eighth = one quarter
There are two eighths in a quarter mile.
Two eights are the same as one quarter (1/4, 0.25 or 25%)
Two sixteenths in an eighth. Two eights in a quarter. The dot equals one sixteenth. So that's five sixteenths in a dotted quarter.
Seven eights plus three eights is ten eights. Now, possibly you intended to ask about eighths, rather than eights. Ten eighths is equal to one and a quarter. However, ten eights is equal to 80. The extra h makes a difference.
One quarter (1/4)
It is by Martin Luther so you can try looking it up. Other wise it goes quarter, quarter, quarter, two eights, quarter, two eights, quarter, half etc. It is about 70-75 on a metronome.
Eight one eights make a whole.
1/4 + 3/8 = 5/8
two eights make one quarter so it takes threes times as many to make three quarters. So, 6 eights make three quarters. ( A eighth of a dollar is called a bit so 2 bits is a quarter and 6 bits is 75 cents. There is an old song that ends with "Shave and a haircut - six bits.)
Eight eights are una whole
24 one eights
There are eight eighths in one.