My school does Orienteering in PE, and basically the grades are from 0 to 20, the is the best,0 is the worst and 10 is 50%, well my teacher calculates the grades this way, if you do the task in 5 minutes you get a 20, if you do in 10 you get a 10, and calculates the rest, with a linear equations(I did it myself and it is: $y= -2x + 30$.
(Not so important to read, my opinion):Well is this really the best model? I don't think so, the effort someone makes to get a 15(knowing he had 10) is the same someone with a 15 makes to get a 20, which is 2 minutes and 30 seconds, obviously 2 minutes and 30 isn't the same for someone everyone, but the effort for someone who has a 18 to get a 19 or even twenty, at least to me, should be mucher higher(less time), than the effort someone makes to get a 13, knowing he has a 10
What kind of model should I choose, so in general between the grades 15 and 20, the difference of time is less than between 15 and 10(and how can I change it, like, if i wanted it to be from 17-20 and 0-17. But still:
f(x)=20 <=> x<=5 I can asure this by making the function recursion
is it a logistic model?