A quarter of a year is thirteen weeks.
There are 13 weeks in the second quarter of 2015.
There are 13 weeks in a quarter, which gives you 4 x 13 = 52 weeks in a year.
12. How? A Quarter means 1/4th. A year has 12 months. A quarter of a year is 1/4th of 12 months, which is 3 months. Therefore, each quarter has 3 months. Remember, there are 4 weeks in a month. In 3 months there are 3 times 4 weeks, which is 12 weeks. Therefore there are 12 weeks in a quarter. CORRECTION There are thirteen weeks in a quarter of a year. 52 wks per yr divided by 4 is the accepted method to determine how many weeks per quarter.
A quarter is a fourth of the school year. If the school year is 36 weeks, then a quarter is nine weeks.
12 weeks in a quarter. 4 quarter a year (the extra weeks are used for the winter break) 13. There are 52 weeks in a year. Quarter means 1/4th. 52 divided by 4 equals 13.
There are 13 weeks in a quarter in School. (Elementary, Middle/ Jr. High, and high school) So about 3 weeks.
By putting 13 weeks into each quarter, companies report all 52 weeks of a calender year.
The moon cycles through 4 phases every month. There are about 3 weeks between the first and last quarter phases of the moon.
I think 9
Fifteen and a quarter.
52 and 1/7 weeks
Three weeks. From Full to Noon is two weeks; then add one more week from the New to the first quarter.
Yes, that happens in regular years (non-leap years) that start on the weekday after the usual pay weekday. In such a year, the first quarter has 12 paydays and the third quarter has 14 paydays. So since 2013 starts on a Tuesday, 2013 will be a year like that for people who are paid every Monday. A quarter is about 13 weeks. Every 2nd quarter and the 1st quarter of every leap year is exactly 13 weeks. Therefore, those quarters will always have 13 weekly paydays, no matter what weekday is the first day of the quarter. The 1st quarter of every regular year is one day short of 13 weeks, so if Jan. 1 is the weekday after the usual pay weekday, that 1st quarter has 12 paydays. If Jan. 1 is any other weekday, that 1st quarter has 13 paydays. Every 3rd and 4th quarter has 13 weeks plus one day. So whenever the first day of a 3rd or 4th quarter is payday, the last day of the quarter is, too, giving you 14 paydays. Every time a 1st quarter has 12 paydays, the first day of the 2nd and 3rd quarters will be payday. So every time you lose a payday in the 1st quarter, you get it back in the 3rd quarter.
As of 03/18/2011, yes it is. They are 11 weeks long on campus and online classes are 5.5 weeks each. You can split them as well. This means you can do some the first part of the quarter and some the second part of the quarter.
This is a Ditloid. The answer is 13 Weeks to a Quarter.
13 weeks is 3 months (1 quarter); 26 weeks is 6 months (Â½ year).
sixteen and a quarter weeks
A quarter carat diamond can certainly be set in a solitaire. A quarter of a carot, on the other hand, might look a little odd set as a solitaire, and after a few weeks, will rot.