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2 Crime in the United States Year Population Murder Rape Robbery Aggravated Assault Property Crime Burglary Larceny Thef Vehicle Thef 200 0 281421906 15586 9017 8 408016 911706 10182584 2050992 6971590 1160002 200 5 296507061 16740 9434 7 417438 862220 10174754 2155448 6783447 1235859 201 0 309330219 14722 8559 3 369089 781844 9112625 2168459 6204601 739565 Ro b b er y B u g l ar y L arc eny Th ef Veh i c l e Th ef 0 1000000 2000000 3000000 4000000 5000000 6000000 7000000 8000000 408016 2050992 6971590 1160002 369089 2168459 6204601 739565 Crime in 2000 and 2010 Name of the Crimes The Amount Question 1: Using the cluster bar/column graph for your answer, what percent of the crimes in 2000 were robberies? Burglary? Round to the nearest percent The Percent of the Robbery is 17% and the burglary is 83%.
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3 Year Population Murder Rape Robbery Aggravated Assault Property Crime Burglary Larceny Thef Vehicle Thef 2010 309330219 14722 85593 369089 781844 9112625 216845 9 6204601 739565 Robbery; 4% Buglary; 23% Larceny Thef; 65% Vehicle Thef; 8% 2010 Crimes Robbery Buglary Larceny Thef Vehicle Thef Question 2: Using the pie chart data, which type of crime was the most frequent in 2010? What percent of the total was that? Round to the nearest percent.
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