In a question prior to the ACBC exercise (Q3), we ask respondents how many devices they have (say, "X").
Then, in the ACBC exercise, I would like the respondent to see a total price, which is this variable X times the price (per device) as defined in the ACBC exercise setup. However, the analysis and utility estimation should only depend on the original price per device.
So, if I define for instance a price range of €70 - €130, some people will see prices between €700 and €1300 (X=10), while others could see prices between €70,000 and €130,000 (X=100).
What would be the best way to accomplish this? If I just define the base price of the summed pricing attribute as [% Q3 * 100], the analysis will depend on Q3, which I don't want. Maybe I could add a dummy variable for each concept showing Q3*<price of that concept>, but I have no idea how this would work.
Moreover, I would like to use multiple currencies in the same exercise. I'm assuming if I can make the part above work, this could work as well by defining an exchange rate Y and then showing Q3*Y*<price of that concept> to the respondent (while ignoring both Y and Q3 in the analysis and utility estimation - except for using it as segmentation variables.
Thanks for any pointers in the right direction!