The lower quartile divides the lower half into two equal parts.
0.5 = 1/2 (a half)
yes you can put a trapezoid on top and the bottom but upside down and the one on the side put it side ways so you have 4 trapezoids Would you trust an answer that isn't even punctuated? Not that it would make any sense even if it were. The question says "a trapezoid"; that means one, not four. Probably the easiest method is to divide the trapezoid into 2 equal parts, then divide each of these into 2 equal parts. Bisect the parallel sides, then connect the midpoints forming 2 new trapezoids each half the size of the original. The bases of each are equal and each is the same height. Repeat the procedure for each of the new trapezoids. All 4 will be equal in area, but they won't be congruent (equal in shape).
A half of a quarter of a circle is 1/8 of a circle. There are four pieces making 1/4. If you split all of them into halves you have eighths.
Cut an apple into 4 equal pieces. Cut each piece of the apple in half. The 8 pieces you end up with are each one eighth of the apple.
If you cut a line into two pieces it would be a half.
you started off with one piece, broke it, and now you have two pieces of equal length
One Sixteenth. If a cake is cut into 8 equal pieces each piece is one-eighth of the cake.If you now cut each of those 8 pieces of cake into two you would now have 16 pieces, each one being one-sixteenth of the whole cake.
Symmetrical balance in art refers to an equal visual weight in the composition of a piece. If one of these pieces were split in half, the visual weight would be identical on each side.
im guessing the end of this question is how many pieces would each friend have. the answer would be two
Yes that's correct. Imagine a pie or pizza. Slice into quarters. Make one cut in half, then another cut perpendicular to that. Each piece is 1/4 of the whole. Now make two more slices at 45Â° angles, so that there are 8 equal pieces. Each of those is 1/8 of the whole, and also each of those is one half of the quarter-size pieces.
When something is cut into equal pieces, (think of a pie), the pieces are larger the fewer pieces there are. If the pie is cut in half, that is an entire HALF of the pie one has to eat. But if the pie is cut into three equal pieces, there are more pieces, but they are smaller. So, one fourth of the pie would be even smaller because you are getting ONE piece of a pie that is cut into FOUR pieces. The bottom number of the fraction is how many equal sized pieces there are, and the top number is how many you are getting.
If an 18 cm strip were to be cut in half each piece would be 9 cm long.
Cutting them in half.
Something split into two equal pieces.