Dylan designed a survey to find out what his classmates think about
lunch. They could pick one of three answers. Dylan ass...
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3. Real Life Integers

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3. Real Life Integers

  1. 1. Dylan designed a survey to find out what his classmates think about lunch. They could pick one of three answers. Dylan assigned point values to each response. Response Point Value Agree 2 Neutral 0 Disagree -2 His friend Diana suggested that he make a seven answer scale in order to get more detailed answers. Dylan thought this was a good suggestion, so he changed his responses. Response Point Value Strongly Agree Agree Moderately Agree Neutral Moderately Disagree Disagree Strongly Disagree Dylan wants the “agree” response to be worth 6 points, and he wants the point values to be assigned with an obvious pattern similar to the one he used for the three answer scale. What are the other point values? Justify your answer.

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