# The interval of a graph is the difference between any two numbers on the scale?

Yes, the interval of a graph is the difference between any two **consecutive** numbers on a scale.

For example, if the scale read: 2,4,6,8,10 then you could do 4-2, 6-4, etc. to find the interval. (which is 2)

### How do you get an interval?

to get an interval, you must first get an answer. cause if i give yo the answer, it would b wrong to get an interval you have to make a graph, or a histogram, then in that graph you would make the smallest number smaller by one, make the biggest number bigger by one, then round to a number between that for all the numbers, and WALLA you have your interval!