Q: How do you do the math for a brick that balances with three quarters of a brick and three quarters of a pound?

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Three fourths is three quarters One half is two quarters. Three quarters is greater than two quarters.

Three quarters of a circle !

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0.700 inches-(just under three quarters of an inch) i.e. point seven of an inch

Three quarters of a metre = 0.75 metres.

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Think about it logically. A brick balances with 3/4 of a brick plus 1/4 of a brick, so 3/4 lb. must be 1/4 of a brick. Thus, a brick must weigh 3 lbs.

3 pound

It is three quarters.

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3/4 lb.

I think its a close call but i think 3 quarters of a pound costs more

Three hundred dollars in US quarters would weigh about 27.3 pounds. This is because each quarter weighs 5.67 grams, and there are 40 quarters in a pound.

1 pound = 1 pound

It is 0.75 pounds.

7.75 x 2000 = 15,500 pounds

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A pound has 16 ounces. A quarter of a pound is 4oz, so three quarters of a pound is 12oz.