#1
For example in the k of A

5 - 8
5 - 7
5 - 7
5 - 7
5 - 8
5 - 8

k whats the rest of it ?
i know it starts on the 7 freet low E but i dont know the scale. I beloieve it goes all the way up to the 12th fret
like 12 - 15

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#2
8-10
7-10
7-10
7-9
8-10
8-10

10-12
10-12
10-12
9-12
10-13
10-12

12-15
12-15
12-14
12-14
13-15
12-15

15-17
15-17
14-17
14-17
15-17
15-17
#3
Right, looks like you've jumped in with both feet here...

First thing you need to get your head round is the definition of a scale. A scale is a fixed pattern of note intervals within one octave, usually 7 but pentatonic scales have 5 notes. And that's ALL it is, the same 5 notes repeating all over the place. The patterns can be helpful for navigating but they're pretty much useless for actually LEARNING the scale, to learn scales you need to be able to identify the actual notes they use and the intervals between them. Scales are all about sound, the least important aspect of them is where your fingers go.

Just for the hell of it though, here's the complete mapping for E minor pentatonic.
http://www.theorylessons.com/pentpos.html
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