What is another word for one-quarter?

Pronunciation: [wˈɒnkwˈɔːtə] (IPA)

One-quarter is a term that is commonly used when referring to fractions, and it describes a division of an object or quantity into four equal parts. However, there are several synonyms that can be used to convey the same meaning as one-quarter. These synonyms include "25 percent," "a quarter," "one-fourth," "¼," and "a fourth part." These terms can be used interchangeably when discussing mathematical equations, measurements, or proportions. Additionally, it's important to note that the use of synonyms can help to make written or spoken language more interesting and varied, while conveying the same message.

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Famous quotes with One-quarter

  • It has long been known that the chemical atomic weight of hydrogen was greater than one-quarter of that of helium, but so long as fractional weights were general there was no particular need to explain this fact, nor could any definite conclusions be drawn from it.
    Francis William Aston
  • I have my own religion. I'm sort of one-quarter Baptist, one-quarter Catholic, one-quarter Jewish.
    Tom T. Hall
  • Tragically, the White House Task Force on Disadvantaged Youth reported that one-quarter of our young people are at serious risk of not achieving productive adulthood.
    Ruben Hinojosa
  • Great Britain, an island off the Dutch coast, which is responsible for the happiness of fully one-quarter of the human race. Per: Van Loon's Geography, Copy-write 1932. Garden City Publishing, Copy-write 1937; Page-216.
    Hendrik Willem Van Loon
  • By 1970, approximately two-thirds of the marriages of those on the tribal rolls were to people who were not, with the result that only 59 percent of births reflected a situation in which both parents registered themselves as possessing any Indian blood at all; U.S. Dept. of Health, Education and Welfare, A Study of Selected Socio-Economic Characteristics of Ethnic Minorities Based on the 1970 Census, Vol. 3: American Indians (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1974) pp. 74, 78. For effects in terms of the "blood quantum" criteria by which native identity is officially defined in the U.S., see Thorton, American Indian Holocaust and Survival, pp. 174-5. The implications are clear: "Set the blood quantum at one-quarter, hold to it as a rigid definition of Indians, let intermarriage proceed as it [has] and eventually Indians will be defined out of existence"; Patricia Nelson Limerick, The Legacy of Conquest; The Unbroken Past of the American West (New York; W.W. Norton, 1987) p. 338.
    Ward Churchill

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