The director of the West Arbor Senior Center decides to put together a database on the center’s activities. The center currently takes written records of services provided to clients, but the director feels that program information will be easier to access and analyze if the records are computerized. The program director generates the following sample data for 10 current clients:
The director asks you to develop a measurement scheme and turn the data into numbers that can be put into a computerized database. Show the director how much you know about measurement, and develop a numerical coding scheme for each of the variables. Is a nominal-level coding scheme sufficient for all three variables, or does one variable need to be constructed using a higher level of measurement?

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