In music terminology, a whole step (also known as a "whole tone") is made up of two half steps, or semitones. Octaves are divided into 12 half steps, so a whole step is one-sixth of an octave. The whole tone scale is a scale with 6 named pitches, each of which are separated by a whole step.
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