La Rosa Demographic Analysis
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La Rosa Demographic Analysis

Course Number: TAX 1, Spring 2013

College/University: North Dakota

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Respondent# Age Category Income 1000 22-25 5000 1001 30-35 100000 1002 26-30 75000 1003 18-21 40000 1004 30-35 100000 1005 26-30 50000 1006 30-35 20000 1007 30-35 100000 1008 30-35 20000 1009 30-35 100000 1010 30-35 75000 1011 18-21 30000 1012 22-25 30000 1013 18-21 30000 1014 18-21 5000 1015 over 35 50000 1016 30-35 40000 1017 26-30 20000 1018 30-35 100000 1019 18-21 30000 1020 30-35 30000 1021 26-30 75000 1022...

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Respondent# Age Category Income 1000 22-25 5000 4 5 #NAME? #NAME? 1001 30-35 100000 5 15 #NAME? #NAME? 1002 26-30 75000 3 24 #NAME? #NAME? 1003 18-21 40000 1 16 #NAME? #NAME? 1004 30-35 100000 12 4 #NAME? #NAME? 1005 26-30 50000 9 19 #NAME? #NAME? 1006 30-35 20000 1 8 #NAME? #NAME? 1007 30-35 100000 18 12 #NAME? #NAME? 1008 30-35 20000 14 7 #NAME? #NAME? 1009 30-35 100000 5 20 #NAME? #NAME? 1010 30-35 75000 1 #NAME? #NAME? 1011 18-21 30000 6 #NAME? #NAME? 1012 22-25 30000 4 12 #NAME? #NAME? 1013 18-21 30000 3 #NAME? #NAME? 1014 18-21 5000 1 5 #NAME? #NAME? 1015 over 35 50000 1 8 #NAME? #NAME? 1016 30-35 40000 1 2 #NAME? #NAME? 1017 26-30 20000 11 3 #NAME? #NAME? 1018 30-35 100000 11 13 #NAME? #NAME? 1019 18-21 30000 3 #NAME? #NAME? 1020 30-35 30000 3 13 #NAME? #NAME? 1021 26-30 75000 1 21 #NAME? #NAME? 1022 18-21 5000 1 10 #NAME? #NAME? 1023 22-25 20000 1 2 #NAME? #NAME? 1024 18-21 10000 #NAME? #NAME? 1025 22-25 5000 13 20 #NAME? #NAME? 1026 26-30 75000 5 11 #NAME? #NAME? 1027 over 35 20000 4 2 #NAME? #NAME? 1028 22-25 5000 14 6 #NAME? #NAME? 1029 over 35 100000 12 13 #NAME? #NAME? 1030 18-21 10000 3 #NAME? #NAME? 1031 18-21 10000 1 7 #NAME? #NAME? 1032 26-30 100000 12 7 #NAME? #NAME? 1033 22-25 10000 3 5 #NAME? #NAME? 1034 22-25 50000 13 9 #NAME? #NAME? 1035 22-25 20000 6 3 #NAME? #NAME?

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