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Would this be Interval or Variable (training, etc)?

I'm trying to figure out the word that I need. It's where you take something that seems large and you separate it so you have to do an easy amount every certain amount of time. For example, having to pay off \$2500 may sound difficult. But you can make the choice to pay off \$50-100 each month and within so many months you will have paid off the debt you owe. Would this be Interval, variable, or constant?

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This is a constant, because you are constantly paying the 50-100\$, it's in the name :D

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Wait... But since the amount of money is constant, wouldn't it be constant interval or constant variable? Because I am after all doing it in a certain amount of time. I mean I could call it constant but that could mean anything. That could mean I pay 50-100 every time I get my paycheck, every time the amount in my savings gets increased, etc.
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It's still a constant, I gave it a helpful cause I was wondering myself
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Yes it's still a constant Eating, but there's another word that needs to go there to describe more of the constant. Like constant variable or constant interval.
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Eatingogs is right
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They're half right. It's constant something though. Either constant variable or constant interval.
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If you don't want to believe us, stinks for you.
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I'm not trying to argue. What I'm trying to say is that constant is only one of them. It's a constant something. A constant can still mean either a variable or an interval.
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Well, byeeeee
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It is interval. Constant is when u have exact one number that cannot be changed. Variable is any number. And Interval is numbers between numbers like in ur case between 50 and 100. It doesn't say exact 70 or 95. Any number between 50 and 100. But not any number at all!