# Evaluate the partitioned interval {-6,4,3,-9,2,8} and find the norm (mesh)

## Enter Partitioned Interval

Evaluate the partitioned interval:
{-6,4,3,-9,2,8}

## Calculate Δ0 → -9,-6,2,3,4,8

Subinterval 0 → [x0,x1] = [-9,-6]
Δ0 = x1 - x0
Δ0 = -6 - -9
Δ0 = 3

## Calculate Δ1 → -9,-6,2,3,4,8

Subinterval 1 → [x1,x2] = [-6,2]
Δ1 = x2 - x1
Δ1 = 2 - -6
Δ1 = 8

## Calculate Δ2 → -9,-6,2,3,4,8

Subinterval 2 → [x2,x3] = [2,3]
Δ2 = x3 - x2
Δ2 = 3 - 2
Δ2 = 1

## Calculate Δ3 → -9,-6,2,3,4,8

Subinterval 3 → [x3,x4] = [3,4]
Δ3 = x4 - x3
Δ3 = 4 - 3
Δ3 = 1

## Calculate Δ4 → -9,-6,2,3,4,8

Subinterval 4 → [x4,x5] = [4,8]
Δ4 = x5 - x4
Δ4 = 8 - 4
Δ4 = 4

## Calculate the norm (mesh):

Find the largest interval

Δ1 = 8

### How does the Interval Partition Calculator work?

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### What 4 concepts are covered in the Interval Partition Calculator?

difference
the result of one of the important mathematical operations, which is obtained by subtracting two numbers
interval
a set of real numbers that contains all real numbers lying between any two numbers of the set
mesh
A description of an object by a collection of small simple shapes
partition
a grouping of its elements into non-empty subsets, in such a way that every element is included in exactly one subset.