What is the inversion of a Major 6th interval in Music Theory?

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In music, the inversion of something means that you take the lowest note, and make it the highest note. So for example. If you have C to A (Major 6th interval), you want to put the C an octave higher (still on C) so the interval would then be A to C. A to C is a minor third interval.