Why don't clocks scale with distance or steps?

I am trying to calculate the number of steps taken per second but when I logged the debugging data, it didn't quite make sense. I captured data in incremental steps of 10mm and this is what I got
Starting from X=0 in each case
X=10 Steps = 800 Clocks = 300000
X=20 Steps = 1600 Clocks = 500000
X=30 Steps = 2400 Clocks = 700000
We can see that the number of steps are being scaled according to the distance but why isn't the number of clocks scaled accordingly? Hence why is the no of steps per second different for a simple linear move?

@jazbaatbadalgaye have you taken acceleration into account?

@jay_s_uk Gotcha. So its bc of 2 accelerations (+/) and one constant speed piece in the whole move?

@jazbaatbadalgaye said in Why don't clocks scale with distance or steps?:
@jay_s_uk Gotcha. So its bc of 2 accelerations (+/) and one constant speed piece in the whole move?
Yes.