Q: Rhythms takes the pattern quarter and eighth eighth half?

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It takes 400 quarter [grams] to make 100 grams.It takes 400 quarter [grams] to make 100 grams.It takes 400 quarter [grams] to make 100 grams.It takes 400 quarter [grams] to make 100 grams.

A dime is a five cent coin. A quarter is a twenty five cent coin. It therefore takes five dimes to make a quarter.

6 A 'quarter'and 5 'one cents'

On a normal, 12-hour clock, that takes 3 hours. On a military, 24-hour clock, it takes 6 hours.

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An eighth note takes up 1/8th of a measure. The length of the measure is determined by the length of the time signature. For instance, in common (or 4/4 time) there are 4 beats in a measure. A whole note takes 4 beats, a half note takes 2, a quarter note takes 1 beat and an eighth note gets 1/2 a beat.

In a 4 pattern time signature, it takes 8 quarter notes to equal a double whole note.

Half-life is the time it takes for one half of the radioactive material to decay. It is logarithmic, so after two half-lives, one quarter remains - then one eighth - etc.

It takes 400 quarter [grams] to make 100 grams.It takes 400 quarter [grams] to make 100 grams.It takes 400 quarter [grams] to make 100 grams.It takes 400 quarter [grams] to make 100 grams.

A quarter note takes up 1 beat. A minim takes up 2 beats. Therefore, there are 2 quarter notes in a minim, or half note.

Oh, this can be so tricky, depending on the meter of the piece in question and how complex the passage is. The quick and dirty answer is that a dotted eighth has the value of three sixteenth notes. You can see that two eighth notes would be equal to 4 sixteenth notes, right? If you pair a dotted eighth note with a sixteenth note (you will see this very often: the two notes are connected with one flag/bar, the dot comes with the first note, and there is an added flag/bar segment to the second note that is short; it doesn't extend back to the first note) then the dotted eighth takes the place of the first 3 sixteenth notes in a group of four sixteenths.

Four quarter notes is equal to one whole note (the empty note head with no stem). One whole note is held for four beats. Four quarter noes is also equal to two half notes (the empty note head with a stem). Each half note is equal to two quarter notes. To put it another way: one half note is worth twice the value of a quarter note. Four quarter notes is also equal to eight eighth notes (the filled note heads with flags). Each eighth note is worth half of the value of one quarter note. Four quarter notes is also equal to sixteen sixteenth notes (filled note heads with two flags). Each sixteenth note is worth half of the value of the eighth note or one fourth of one quarter note. Those are the most common divisions of four quarter notes. You can also mix and match those divisions; for example, four quarter notes takes up the same amount of time as one half note plus one quarter note plus two eighth notes. There are hundreds of thousands of configurations that could rewrite the value of those four quarter notes, which is just one reason why there is so much variation in the types of music it is possible to write!

About 365 and a quarter days

I'm currently taking a psychology course online and they are teaching me about biological rhythms (periodic physiological changes). Circadian and Ultradian rhythms occur in both men and women. When they explained Infradian rhythms they gave the example of a woman's menstrual cycle. [NOTE FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO DON'T KNOW WHAT INFRADIAN RHYTHMS ARE: It is a biological rhythm that takes longer than twenty-four hours but less than one year to fully complete] I couldn't find anything on any web page about a man's Infradian cycle, and it is bothering me more than anything.

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