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“The 1,600 participants were asked to rate their enjoyment of 18 musical genres on a 1-to-5 scale.”
“They concluded that the policy, which would cost $580 million, would spur low-income Americans to increase their consumption of fruits by 2. 1-to-5.2 percent and vegetables by 2. 1-to-4.9 percent.”
“That made it a Category 1, the least threatening on a 1-to-5 scale, and barely stronger than a tropical storm.”
“They were then asked to rate, on a 1-to-5 scale, how much pleasure the experience brought them and how much they "wanted" it right now, in general, in good times, and in bad.”
“There was no correlation between the test subjects' ratings on a 1-to-5 scale and sales.”
“One-quarter of the ranking is based on the reputation survey, which asks presidents, provosts and admission deans to rate dozens of like institutions on a 1-to-5 scale for overall undergraduate academic merit.”
“Zacks has standardized the rating schemes of all the brokerage firms it tracks into a fixed 1-to-5 scale comprising strong buy, buy, hold, sell and strong sell.”
“Camels are issued on a simple 1-to-5 scale that sizes up capital adequacy, asset quality, management, earnings, liquidity and sensitivity to market risk.”
“(Interviewers were asked to rate the attractiveness of each participant on a 1-to-5 scale.)”
“ALBANY CALCULUS: 2 x $4,500 by Client 9 in Room 871 = 1-to-5 years, plus $100,000 in fines”
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