In four/four time, four quarter notes can fit into one measure.
4. since they equal 1\2 a beat four of them could fit in one measure of two four.
2.... the top number stands for how many beats in a measure, and the bottom number stands for how many beats a whole note gets.
i think it's 6
Eight, thus the name, "eighth note".
There r 26 eighth notes
It depends on the size of the suitcase.
a terabyte is 1000 gigabytes, a cd normally is around 700-800 Mb. this means a 800 Mb cd is 0,78125 of a Gb, thus in one tb 0,78125*1000= 781 cd's will fit
Technically, it depends on how big your crayons are.Let's asume the average. According Wikipedia, a standard sized Crayola crayon is 3⅝" × 5/16" this is 9.2 cm x 0.8 cm, then 133 crayons will fit.
The 9 means that there are 9 beats in a measure, and the 8 means that 8th notes get one beat. So basically, you can fit 9 eighth notes in one measure.
If the time is 4/4, the following notes would be: A quarter note (1/4 or 2/8) of the measure) A half note (2/4 or 4/8) of the measure 2 eighth notes (2/8) of the measure.
One eighth of 16 pints = 1 quart.
None, they are incompatible. Litres are a measure of volume and meters a measure of length.
That would depend on which sort of tesco bag you are asking about.
Centimeters can't be converted to pints. Centimeters measure length, while pints measure volume.
A quaver is an eighth note, and 2 minims are a whole note, so there are 8 quavers in two minims.
see how many cubes of a known size fit inside the box
There isn't an eighth book and it probably wouldn't be called something like that as it doesn't fit with the flow of the other titles.
A "fit" is not any unit of measure. For this reason your question is meaningless and can not be answered.