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This is just scientific notation of the numbers you say.
1x10^6 is not a *jump* from 999,999, it's just 1,000,000 or one million.

So, 6x10^7 is exactly 60 million (six following by 7 zeros).

There is no error in your calculations and in IO graph too. The only thing that confuses you is notation type.

Keep in mind also if you change "interval" value - Y axis will also be changed.

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This is just scientific notation of the numbers you say.
1x10^6 is not a *jump* from 999,999, it's just 1,000,000 or one ~~million.~~million represented in such way because this is more compact.

So, 6x10^7 is exactly 60 million (six following by 7 zeros).

There is no error in your calculations and in IO graph too. The only thing that confuses you is notation type.

Keep in mind also if you change "interval" value - Y axis will also be changed.

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This is just scientific notation of the numbers you say.
1x10^6 is not a *jump* from 999,999, it's just 1,000,000 or one million represented in such way because this is more compact.

So, 6x10^7 is exactly 60 million (six ~~following ~~followed by 7 zeros). A benefit of this increases with large numbers (which one is easier to interpret for 100 million - 1x10^8 or 100000000?).

There is no error in your calculations and in IO graph too. The only thing that confuses you is notation type.

Keep in mind also if you change "interval" value - Y axis will also be changed.

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