# What Does Interval Mean In Math?

If your interval was 10 it would be like 10-20 20-30 ect.
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The space between something
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I need help with my math what is a 10degree interval
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I donna know yet but it could be like the numbers you are going up by like there are  50 books sold and 55 toys sold so you are going up by 5
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Its the space between marked values on a number line or the scale of a graph...... This is a good answer cause I got it form my textbook :)
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A interval in math means what the number is counting by on a bar graph
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Time interval: A definite length of time marked off by two instants
a set containing all points (or all real numbers) between two given endpoints
the distance between things; "fragile items require separation and cushioning"
the difference in pitch between two notes
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Interval is explained in terms of music. In music theory, an interval is the remoteness in pitch among two notes, the lower as well as higher affiliates of the interval. It over and over again refers to those two notes themselves which are otherwise recognized as a dyad. Larger intervals are portrayed as wide and minor ones as slender. However, these are only the relative terms. An interval class is a gap calculated by the shortest remoteness probable between its two pitch classes

Intervals might take place two ways: they are vertical or harmonic, if the side notes are sounding similar and the second is linear or melodic, if the notes are sounding successively.
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Inrervals are semi tones. The cromatic scale has 12 intervals. The major scale 7 pentitonic scales 5. Intervals are the "building blocks of music" they represent a specific relationship. A minor cord has at least 3 intervals. the 1 b3 or #2 and 5. abcdefg a is the 1 c the c b3 and e 5th.
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I'm having trouble with figuring out how to do an interval use for bar graph and data range from 29 to 39 units
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A set of numbers representing all the numbers between a pair of given numbers and including either of the endpoints.
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Sigh, this is so awkward. Another probably simple math problem that my brain is not able to process or solve ...

What is wrong with me?!

If you have three intervals, say 1-5, 5-10 & 10-15, it'll be 1,2,3,4,5 in the first interval (5 numbers) 5,6,7,8,9,10 (6 numbers!) in the second, and 10,11,12,13,14,15 (6 numbers!) in the third.

Wouldn't 1-5, 6-10, 11-20 be more logical? :S
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Would an example be: If you're using 100 as your interval, would it go
100-200 200-300 or would it go 100-200 201-301 302-402, etc.

Thank you,
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Oddman commented
100-200-201-301-302-402 alternates intervals of 100 with intervals of 1. If you want consistent intervals of 100, the sequence would be 100-200-300-....
It means that you should count in the number you're given. Eg 5-mark
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