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Assignment: Analyzing Decimals, Fractions,and PercentsChoose three problems to solve. Show all your work, including how you found your answer. Writea description of how you found each answer and be sure to write an answer to the question.Then use statistics from the United States Census Bureau’s web site at .Write and solve two problems you create with Census 2010 data. Write questions that comparethe data you find. Use fraction, decimal, and/or percent form and describe how you found eachanswer. Be sure to include a URL for the data you use.Note: All data should come from the 2010 census: To find the 2010 data, navigate to the U.S. Census Bureau web site, click on the "Data"tab, scroll to the bottom left corner of the page, and click on 2010 Census Data (underthe "Didn't find what you were looking for?" header).Part 11. The 2010 census reported about 308.7 million people in the United States. The 2000 censusreported a population of about 281.4 million. By about what percent did the population change?Did the population grow or shrink? Hint: To find the answer, and the difference of the