Responded rated different alternatives in preferences to each other (on five

interval scale), and these were further used to assign weightage for AHP, with respect to each selecting criteria.

The results are questioning the use of a FIM total or motor score within the studied population as both constructs were found to be multidimensional and, therefore, they may be unable to demonstrate an outcome measured on a unified

interval scale.

In this paper, we propose the Cognitive Best Worst Method (CBWM) which executes the pairwise comparisons in the same way as BWM and adopts the

interval scale to measure the difference.

After testing by changing the

interval scale of brightness we can conclude that out of ten

interval scales, 60% the .text file can be retrieved (extracted) from the stegoimage 1 that has white dominan (rgb(255,255,255)) or black dominan (rgb(0,0,0)), and 30% from stegoimage 2.

The

interval scale is now grouped into bins of uncertainty, suggesting that the interpreter of your response should not take a 1 or a 2 to be meaningfully different, or a 3 from a 5, both moderate.

The NGSP PRMP measures Hb [A.sub.1c] on the

interval scale because of the positive y-intercept, whereas the IFCC PRMP measures on the ratio scale (4).

In this research studying degree of relation between job satisfaction and job exhaustion variables is important

interval scale level for studying degree of relation between these two variables Pierson's correlation coefficient has been used.

The outcome--the presence or absence of suicidal ideation --was analyzed via the probit link (which is used to transform outcome probabilities to the standard normal variable), which made it possible to interpret the indirect, direct and total effects on an

interval scale. Subjects were assessed at baseline and at 3-, 9-, and 15-month follow-up, but in order to derive a single direct, indirect and total effect in the model (as in models of cross-sectional data) we constrained all model parameters at the three follow-up times to be equal and controlled for the baseline value of the outcome measure.

For this, it was requested that the public servant evaluator manifested his level of agreement or disagreement on a Likert

interval scale, as suggested by LIKERT (1932).

The index is therefore applicable to

interval scale variables.

These data are often derived from the ratio scale by a scale reduction and are represented on the

interval scale. For example, sales ranking could be derived from income statistics.

Data on engagement in classroom learning and the classroom learning environment were able to be plotted on one

interval scale suggesting an underlying common construct.