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Interval schedules are the time brackets that one needs for the execution of an event. The schedules are termed as intervals because they represent the earliest time an event can be done and the latest times that the vent can be completed. Additionally, this data gives the shortest and the longest times that an event can be executed.
Interval schedules are present in our lives, in both our social and economic aspects. They can be found in any activity that we engage in that can be executed within a given time-frame.
Examples therefore include;
Going on a journey, the interval schedule will involve the arrival and departure time.
Working schedule, between reporting to work and going home.
Board meeting, the beginning and ending.
Workout interval schedule, time for exercising and stopping to exercise.
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Sep 23rd, 2015
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