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Grade 7 Musical Terms
An interval is
1. a musical sentence
2. the musical distance between two notes
3. short and separated
4. raises a note by a half step
Continuing Education Medical Practices
Which one of these is NOT a step in the 5 step EKG interpretation method?
1. P wave configuration
2. ST interval
3. PR interval
4. Rhythm
Grade 5 Defining Words
make happy or satisfy
1. gratify
2. pluck
3. interval
Grade 5 Spelling
Choose the correct spelling.
1. interval
2. intervall
3. intervole
Grade 12 Defining Words
Interval means
1. of or relating to the interactions between individuals
2. a space between two objects
3. relating to or existing within the boundaries of the state
4. existing or carried on within the bounds of an institution, especially a school
Grade 5 Defining Words
inactive but capable of becoming active
1. interval
2. dormant
3. gnarled
Grade 2 Music Theory
Melodic intervals are:
1. two or more notes played together
2. repeated notes
3. single notes played one at a time
Grade 10 Musical Notation
Grade 11 Functions and Relations CCSS: HSF-LE.A.1, HSF-LE.A.1a

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One way to restate Proposition A is as follows: "Exponential functions grow by equal factors over equal intervals." What is the value of the equal factors and length of the equal intervals as represented in Proposition A?
1. Equal factors are $x_0$, equal intervals are $c$.
2. Equal factors are $alpha$, equal intervals are $x$.
3. Equal factors are $alpha$, equal intervals are $c$.
4. Equal factors are $c$, equal intervals are $alpha$.
Grade 10 Functions and Relations
Express the following interval using interval notation.

$x >= 15$
1. $(-oo, 15)$
2. $(-oo,15)$
3. $(15, oo)$
4. $[15,oo)$
Grade 10 Functions and Relations
Express the following interval using interval notation.

$-7 < x < 7$
1. $(-7, 7)$
2. $(-7, 7]$
3. $[-7, 7]$
4. $[-7, 7)$
Grade 9 Scales
The distance between two notes is called
1. a step
2. a jump
3. an interval
4. a measurement
Grade 4 Musical Notation
Grade 12 Collecting and Interpreting Data
College Music
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