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The answer will depend on what quantity is being measured by c.
accurate values of the quantity that you wanna measure using certain properties of it.
Note the range and size of the scale values
measured properties that have different values at different time are
They are data.
" .... Harmonic rhythm is how often chords change in a passage of music, and is measured in note values. For example, if chords change every half-note, we say "the harmonic rhythm is a half-note." Or, if the harmony changes every quarter note, we say "the harmonic rhythm is a quarter-note." Sometimes the harmonic rhythm is a combination of note values that change at a regular rhythm, such as a half-note followed by a quarter-note ......" from >http://music-theory.ascensionsounds.com/tag/harmonic-rhythm/
To take appropriate decisions based on measured values
Notes and values are found in music, and in written musical scores. Notes are the melodic notes of a particular pitch, and values are their duration, e.g. crotchet - quarter note, minim - half note, etc.