1/8 + 1/32= 5/32
3/8The answer is 1/8 plus 1/4 = 3/8
One forth is twice as large as one eighth. One forth divided by two is one eighth, and one eighth times two is one forth.
Yes. One eighth is half of one fourth.
One hundred thirty thousand, six hundred.
One Eighth of 1000 is 125.
One eighth note is four thirty-second notes.
Since one eighth note is four thirty-second notes, one quarter note in eight thirty-second notes. (:
You can really just think of notes as fractions, as music can be seen as the artistic form of math. Therefore two sixteenth notes equal an eighth note (8 is half of 16), and four thirty-second notes equal an eighth note. How many eighth notes equal a thirty-second note? That's just in reverse, so one fourth of an eighth note is the same as one thirty-second note.
ten thirty seconds or five sixteenths simplified
No, 1/32 is 1/4 of 1/8. (Multiply the denominators - 4 times 8 is 32). One thirty-second is half of one sixteenth.
One eighth plus one eighth is one fourth.
In music, two quarter notes tied together get the same amount of beats as a half note: two beats. If one quarter note is one beat, and you put together two, you get two beats. Remember, one sixteenth plus one sixteenth equals one eighth. One eighth plus one eighth equals one quarter. One quarter plus one quarter equals one half. One half plus one half equals a whole. The same goes for rests, and later on you will probably get some thirty-second notes or sixty-fourth notes. You just go the opposite direction: two sixty-fourth notes equal a thirty-second note. Two thirty-second notes equal a sixteenth note. And then you go to eighths, quarters, halves, and wholes. I hope this helps!
one thirty seconds
The answer is...one half (4/8=1/2)
Well, it should be 32. Four quarter notes in a whole, two halves in a whole, two eights in a quarter, two sixteenths in an eighth, so two thirty seconds in a sixteenth. A thirty second means "one thirty second of a whole (note)", so the answer is 32.
1/2 plus 1/8 plus 1/8 = 3/4