The time between two events is the interval between them.
It usually refers to the length of time between the the two events occurring.
Intermission or interlude?
An intermission or interval is a break between two performances or sessions/events
it is something you choose to in-between the two numbers
The interval between contours represent the vertical height difference between two contours.
An interval is the distance between two notes.Example: The interval between C and C-sharp is a half step.The interval between C and D is a whole step!Another Times T2 crossword answer to 14d... entre'acte
The definition of a contour interval is the difference in elevation between two consecutive lines.
A counter accumulates an unknown quantity of external events over a known interval of time.The measurement of interest is typically frequency when the events are periodic. If the events are random, the measurement involves event density over time.A timer accumulates a series events of a known interval over an interval that is being measured.The measurement of interest is typically the time elapsed between two events. If the start and stop events recur periodically, multiple measurements can be made and averaged, allowing for increased resolution.Counter/timers in MPU's are typically just counters that count external events in counter mode and processor cycles in timer mode.
How much is between two numbers.
The term for that is an "interval."
Difference in elevation between two adjacent contour lines.Read more: contour-interval
Not necessarily but yes, it can be. A contour interval is the difference in elevation between successive contours, while a vertical interval is the distance between any two contours. So yeah, it can be the same sometimes.
The distance in pitch between two tones is known as an Interval.
An interval is the distance between two notes. There's no answer possible when only given one note.
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