I have two variables.
$x$ represent the number of months that a human will live, and $y$ is the quality of his life for those months. I want to use these two values to get a new one.
If I do that $x = 120$ and $y = 90\%$ will be equivalent to 1 because they are the best that I human greater than 65 years old can live. I need to compute how less that than are the following pairs of values:
All of the following pairs of values will be equivalent to less than 1.
$x = 3$ and $y = 40\%$
$x = 84$ and $y = 80\%$
I've thought to multiply the pairs this way:
$$120 * 0.9 = 108$$ $$3 * 0.4 = 1.2$$ $$84 * 0.8 = 67.2$$
And after that, convert it into percentages:
If $108$ is equivalent to $100\%$, then $1.2$ will be equivalent to...
If I do it this way, will I keep the relationship between all the pairs values?