math/What is a interval in math terms?
posted by Kayla .
doe sanyone know what a interval is in math terms? i need the real definition and
it is hard and i can not find it anywhere?
can anyone help me?
thanks,you rule
Kayla
an interval is "a mathmatical expression of 'betweeness' ab
or a<x<b this can also be written as [a,b] the square bracets indicate that a and b are to be included"
hope that helps!

IDK U TELL ME

is a mathmatical xpression that separates a pair of nubers

Interval means sets of numbers with the same range to represent data

give an example

what is intervles on a numberline

idk look up math terms interval on google

dont no

This is stupid someone should get on here and tell us what an interval is....... Yall agree.........

the interval separates the scale into equal parts
125
2650
5175
76100
interval:25
scale 0100
25 is one thing that fits into 100 and 0 and you also can see that the # above are separated by 25 and are factors of it too. 
i'm asking the same question!! :(

118
1932
3346
4750
5164
interval:18 
a interval is retarted i do not know why we even have thease thinPr

i hate u why do we have these things tell me this why can we just go back 2 simple functions%Pr

qe es un intervalo

Example of an interval:
110
1120
2130
3140
4150
The interval is 10.
An interval the number that is inside those 2 numbers that are listed ex.2130 
intervals are a range of data for example 2 10 16 9 5 4 7 8 20 21 15 16 12 the range can be 05, 611, 1217,1823 and then you will have to find out how many times it appears in the segment 05 is 3 6 to 11 is 4 12 to 17 is 3 and 18 to 23 is 2. thanks!

find out how many times the number or the numbers in between appears 05 is 3. 6 to 11 is 4. 12 to 17 is 3. 18 to 23 is 2. sorry about that! yur welcome!!

find the largest and the smallest
number.minus smallest number from biggest number.divide it with the number of e.t.c bars you want.add the remainder minus 1 from the answer and add the answer from the smallest number
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