A Perfect Fifth is equivalent to moving 5 degrees in the scale.
|Perfect 5th – Up|
|Perfect 5th – Down|
|Perfect 5th – Chord|
The only exception is when the lower note is on the 7th (last) degree of the major scale.
This produces a so called “Diminished 5th” or “Flat 5” because it spans only 6 half steps instead of 7.