No. One eighth note equals one eighth of a whole note. Two eighth notes equal a quarter note, and four quarter notes make one whole note.
Crotchet is a quarter of a whole note. Quaver is an eighth of a whole note
Yes, they do.
1 whole note
Whole rest, half rest, dotted half rest, quarter rest, dotted quarter rest, eighth rest, and dotted eighth rest are just some of the many rests.
Two. Just like in fractions. Four quarters in a whole note, two eighths in a quarter note.
1 quarter is equal to 25% or 0.25. 2 quarters are 50% or 0.50. So, two quarters is 0.50 or half of a whole circle. Hope that helped =)
There are two 8th notes in a quarter note. There are two quarter notes in a half note and two half notes in a whole note.
In Western music, whole-, half-, quarter-, and eighth-rests are the most common.
whole note,half note, quarter note,eighth note,sixteenth note, and 32note
Probably 4, but the question is somewhat garbled because of the way the language is used.
A whole note is a unfilled circle on the staff that has no lines like quarter notes. It is played for four whole beats (a whole common measure)
A treble clef, two eighth notes, one eighth note, a quarter note, or the whole start of a score including the clef, & the time & key signature.
The dot adds half the value of the note that is dotted. A dotted whole would be 6 beats in 4/4, and a dotted quarter would be like 3 eighth notes in 4/4.
Whole, half, quarter, eighth, sixteenth... You can have a rest for every value of note.
There are whole notes, half notes, quarter notes, eighth notes, sixteenth notes, and 32nd notes.
The perimeter of a quarter circle is 2 radii plus a quarter of the circumference of the whole circle: → 2 × radius + ¼ × 2 × π × radius = 32.13 cm → radius × (2 + π/2) = 32.13 cm → radius = 32.13 ÷ (2 + π/2) cm ≈ 9.00 cm
8 but 2 makes up a regular quarter note
No. Or, at least, not necessarily; in 7/8 time, they would make a full measure.
there are whole notes, half notes, eighth notes, sixteenth notes, and quarter notes. there are also whole rests, half rests, eighth rests, quarter rests etc. to find out how they look like, go on google images. to find more info, go on google, ask, yahoo, or msn.