Q: What is the vertical distance between steps called?

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A staircase is a series of steps consisting of horizontal treads and vertical risers that provides access between floors in a building.

Depends on the size of steps

Depends upon your personal "stride" ... the span of distance between each foot when walking normally.

rungs

They are called Rungs

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Displacement is the distance from initial to ending point. Suppose you took 3 steps forward and then 2 steps back. Your displacement in 1 step forward. Distance is distance travelled in total. If you took 3 steps forward and 2 steps back, your distance travelled is 5 steps.

Displacement is the distance from initial to ending point. Suppose you took 3 steps forward and then 2 steps back. Your displacement in 1 step forward. Distance is distance travelled in total. If you took 3 steps forward and 2 steps back, your distance travelled is 5 steps.

That's called Vertical Integration.

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The distance between steps shall not exceed 12 inches, thus two rungs equal 24 inches

A staircase is a series of steps consisting of horizontal treads and vertical risers that provides access between floors in a building.

It's called the range of the voice or instrument.

2 steps away

I guess it depends on how large the steps are. For example, the larger the distance between each step, the further you will go.

A step is the distance between two notes. A half step is the shortest (tonal) distance between two notes (such as between B and C), and a whole step is therefore a distance of two half steps between two notes (such as between C and D, since C#/Db is between them).

The answer depends on what distance is being determined: the distance to stars using parallax, the distance to aircraft using radar, the distance from one city to another partway around the earth, the distance between two nearby objects.

Depends on the size of steps