Intervals

Inversions

  • All exercises can be repeated as many times as you'd like up to the due date
  • To earn credit for an exercise you must score 90% or higher and complete 20 problems
  • Each attempt will have a time limit of 5 minutes
  • If you achieve a score lower than 90%, or run out of time before doing 20 problems, the exercise will give you the option to restart
  • Once you complete an exercise, you can return to practice anytime you like, once graded your grade will not change with further attempts.

For this exercise: simply show how intervals invert. There are always two aspects to describing an interval: size and quality.

  • Size Inversions

  • 1 inverts to 8
  • 2 inverts to 7
  • 3 inverts to 6
  • 4 inverts to 5
  • Quality Inversions

  • Perfect inverts to Perfect
  • Major inverts to Minor
  • Augmented inverts to Diminished