Q: How many one sixteenth make a whole?

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There are 16 sixteenth notes in a whole note! Just as there are two half notes, one fourth note, etc., there are 16 sixteenth notes.

16 sixteenth notes equal a whole note (1 e & a 2 e & a 3 e & a 4 e & a) =)

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16 sixteenths equal one whole. So 16/2 = 8 sixteenths = half a whole.

16 sixteenths equal one whole. So 16/2 = 8 sixteenths = half a whole.

Well it is actually called a 16th note which is a note played for one sixteenth the duration of a whole note. ..........and you call it a semi-quaver. ...and even a demiquaver sometimes but I didn't want to get this too confusing, lol

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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.

One sixteenth of 100 is 6.25 so 6.25% is one sixteenth of 100.