In this short survey you will be asked to return a number of certainty equivalents. A certainty equivalent is a guaranteed (100% chance to obtain that amount) outcome which makes you indifferent with the risky combination of outcomes you are confronted with.

For every question you can assume to have exactly 0 days of membership at the beginning of the question.

An example:

**Option 1**: obtain +360 days of membership with 50% chance and +0 days of membership with 50% chance

**Option 2**: obtain +X days membership with 100% chance.

Now my question to you is to return the X for which you are

**indifferent**between option 1 and option 2. Executing option 1 or option 2 does not

matter to you, after you have decided on the 'X' in option 2.

I'm not asking you to choose between option 1 and option 2; i'm asking you the X (see option 2) which makes you

**indifferent**between playing out Option 1 and Option 2.

Your answer could be any number between 0 and 360.

**The answer is personal, wrong answers do not exist as long as your answers to the consecutive questions make sense.**

**Keep is mind that**

*all these questions are not played out for real, but you have to answer them as if they actually are played out for real.*