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The interval is the DIFFERENCE between a number to the next on a scale.

The scale is the SERIES OF NUMBERS starting at 0 to another number on the top of a graph. For example....

If the graph has 0-100 numbers on it...thats the scale. The 0-100 is the scale.

I hope you understand.

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