Half of genes are from the mother with half from the father. A fourth from grandparents, an eighth from great grand parents, one sixteenth from great, great grandparents, etc.
Technically, any interval can be augmented by expanding it by a half-step. For instance, the augmented fourth is a perfect fourth plus a half step, etc. However, an augmented 3rd would be incredibly unusual; a composer would be much more likely to write it as a perfect fourth.
First, Second, Fourth, Third, Eighth, Seventh, Sixth, Fifth, Ninth, Tenth, etc, etc...
fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth etc. there's loads!
One half, four eighths, three sixth, etc.
Half-life is the time it takes for one half of the radioactive material to decay. It is logarithmic, so after two half-lives, one quarter remains - then one eighth - etc.
Most often half a beat, but can be one beat, quarter of a beat etc, depending on time signature
The equivalent is two quarter notes, or four eighth notes, or in terms of rests it's equivalent would be the half rest (or two quarter rests etc...).
# Whole note rest # Half note rest # Quarter note rest # Eighth note rest # 16th note rest # 32nd note rest etc etc etc.
It gets 3/4 of a beat. If you count in 4/4 meter, and the Dotted eighth note is on the first beat, it's count would be: 1 & 2 & etc. The action of the dot increases the value of the eighth note by half it's value. Half the value of an eighth note is a sixteenth note. So a dotted eighth note = eighth note + sixteenth note A good website that illustrates how dots work is: http://www.8notes.com/school/theory/dots_and_ties.asp -Mimi
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.
if it is a dotted eighth sixteenth pattern you would count it, 1 da 2 da 3 da etc. if it is a sixteenth then a dotted eighth it would be, 1 e, 2 e, 3 e, etc.