The answer is 3.
There is only a half tone between the third and fourth and between the sixth and seventh notes in a major scale. In minor or any other forms of musical scales, there can be half tones or full tones in many different places in the scale.
Using A Minor as an example, the half steps are between the second and third notes and the fifth and sixth notes.
One sixth, one third and one half.
Half of a third of a cup is one sixth of a cup
one and a half(1.5)
half a third make a sixth
No, one half of one third.
Some popular fraction numbers include a half, a third, a quarter, a fifth, a sixth, a seventh, an eighth, a ninth, and a tenth.
In a harmonic minor scale, the sixth of the scale is raised, so the step and a half is found between the fifth and sixth of the harmonic minor scale because normally, there is a whole step between the fifth and sixth of a minor scale. Raising the sixth adds another half step, so you get the step and a half.
One third of half is one sixth1/6
One fourth is not the answer. 1/4 is half of half. I am looking for half of a third. I think it's one-fourth.
One sixth of a cup.
It is one sixth.
Take 4/6 and divide that by half... That equals to 2/3.. 2/3 does not equal to 1/3
I think they are played in half, first and second position depending on which scale you're playing. Let the bass player answer. Scales are played in half, first, second, third, fourth, fifth and in fifth and a half positions, as well as the harmonic, depending on what scale you are doing and how many octives. If you are doing a one octave scale, it will most likely be all in first position and maybe in half position. If you are doing a two octave scale (or more), that is when you get into the higher positions, such as fourth, fifth and fifth and a half positions.
The number six
one half is greadest
1/6 one sixth