The other threequarters.
'A litre of water's a pint and threequarters.'
Possibly you meant to ask if threequarters of the Earth's surface is covered by water. The fraction is actually about two thirds.
C.Between half to threequarters of sexually active people acquire HPV at some point.
i have to fill my body with food threequarters or less the best thing is to eat healthy food more than unhealthy food anyways
1 kilogram = 1000 grams 3 fourth = threequarters = 0.75 0.75 kilograms = 1000 x 0.75 = 750 grams
Square of the hypotenuse is equal to the sum of the squares of the other 2 sides. Therefore 28*28 + 28*28 =784+784 =1568. Square root 1568 = 39.598ft or 39ft 6and 17-20ths inches. Or just over 39ft 6and threequarters inches.
Brazil started as a colony of Portugal. The Treaty of Tordesillas divided the South American continent between Spain and Portugal, with Spain getting the western threequarters. However, Brazil expanded westwards and took large areas that should have been Spain's. The Spanish and the Portuguese empires in South America collapsed after independence movements in the early to middle 19th centuries, and the countries that we now know there gradually emerged.
I think you may need to do a little experimenting to find out for sure; if you add all the ingredients with one and a half cups of flour, then see how much more flour you need to add (if any) to acheive a smooth scone dough. I'm guessing it will be between 2 and 2 1/2 cups.
The seeds were given to the colonials by the Indians and considered a mainstay in their food supply. They made many things from it including pie and alcoholic beverages."Colonial Englishwomen, following the English tradition of making pies out of just about anything, quickly figured out how to make a pumpkin pie, though they didn't call it that. The first American cookbook, published in 1796 by Amelia Simmons, offers two recipes for pumpkin pudding, one with a "paste," or crust, and one without. The pumpkin was to be stewed first, then cooked with cream, eggs, sugar, mace, nutmeg, and ginger, and baked threequarters of an hour-a recipe remarkably like the one on the label of the Libby pumpkin can."Taken from the Colonial Williamsburg site.