Three-quarters of an inch can be written as **3/4 inch**, 0.75 inch, 3/4 ", or 0.75 ". One-eighth of an inch can be written as 1/8 of an inch or 1/8". One-sixteenth of an inch can be written as 1/16 of an inch or 1/16".

We can state that three-quarters of an inch is equal to **0.75 inch** or 75% of an inch. A quarter of an inch is 0.25 inch.

Although both "three quarters of an inch" and "three fourths of an inch" are grammatically correct, in **spoken and written English**, the conventional phraseology would be "three quarter inch," regardless of what is being described—the main examples that come to mind would be a three-quarter inch pipe...

Three-quarters refers to three out of four equal pieces of anything. In this case, it means that you are looking at a page that is divided into three sections - left side, center, and right side. Each section is about one-quarter of the page width.

Pages should be no more than 8 1/4 inches (21 cm) wide. Anything wider than that can cause problems for some computer printers.

If you need to print an entire book but don't have enough paper rollers, then split the book in half. This way you will use up both paper rollers.

Books that are too wide for **your printer** or photocopier may cause **printing errors** or sheets not to copy at all. Your printer or copier technician can help you decide what size book will fit through your printer or copier.

Books that are too narrow can cause pages to stick together during printing. If this happens, you will need to open the book up and spread **its pages** apart before printing them so they will go back together when closed.

Books that are not bound uniformly could cause pages to slip around during printing. This could lead to **printing errors** or poor quality copies.

3.14 inch A quarter has a circumference of 3.14 inches. There are 25.4 millimeters in an inch, so the quarter inch is about 8.89 millimeters.

Three inches might be square, rectangular, or any other form. Even if its diameter were three inches, its radius would be just one and a half inches. The area of a circle is equal to pi x r^2 where r is the radius. In this case, it would be 0.785695733.

The formula for calculating the area of a circle is quite simple: Area = πr^2 where r is the radius of the circle. If we put in 3 for r, we get 0.785695733. This means that the area of a circle with a radius of 3 inches is about 23.8 square inches.

It's important to remember that the area of a circle is always going to be fixed at 22/7 pi squared or 23.8 square inches no matter what size you make it radially. You can't make an area smaller than it is! A radius of 3 inches has the same area as a radius of **1 foot** because they divide the circumference of the circle into **the same number** of pieces - 180 degrees. If you want to find out the area of a circle with a different radius, use **this formula**: Area = πr^2 - (22/7)πr + C where C is a constant that depends on which radius you choose.

On the ruler, there are three lines between each of the two numbers. Each inch is divided into four pieces by **the three lines**. Fourth portions, or quarters of an inch, are used. This line measures 1/4 inch in length.

1 Answer from an Expert 3/4 does not equal **a complete number**. It may be expressed as a decimal: 0.75. Or, it can be expressed as a fraction: 1 quarter.