data.docx - Culminating Project Population and Economi c Mathematics of Data Management MDW4U1-01 December 25th By ShengGang Qian Jason Victoria Park

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Culminating Project Population and Economi c Mathematics of Data Management - MDW4U1-01 December 25th By ShengGang Qian Jason Victoria Park Collegiate Institute Page 1
Table Of Content 1. Introduction and background ……. 3 2. Topic, Question, Hypothesis, and two Variables …..4 3. Collection Methods, Data Sources, and Bias ……4 4.1 . One- Variable Statistical Analysis 5.1.1 X- variable Statistical Analysis …………. 7 5.1.2 Y- variable Statistical Analysis ……….. 10 5.2. Two- Variable Statistical Analysis ………..13 6. Application of concepts from the course ……….15 7. Further Statistical Analysis …………. 16 8. Results and Conclusion ……………..17 9. Bibliography …….…….18 10. Appendix with Raw Data ……………19 Page 2
Introduction and background * In general, increasing economic need growing population, increasing the supply of customers although this relationship is complicating and various. * Story population can dramatically raise a country’s GDP. If it does not have high population, t he aggregate GDP may have been never growth. * “The current recovery in the UK economy has been plagued by concerns about GDP per capita. Despite the recovery in GDP since 2013, output per head remains 6 percent below its pre-reces- sion peak, whereas it was significantly above peak at this stage after all other postwar recessions in the UK”(ONS, 2013; 2014). * “The remarkable success of Western economies in the past 200 years is therefore associated with strong population growth. Yet population growth is problematic if it outpaces increases in productivity” (Gamble, 2014). Page 3
Topic, Question, Hypothesis, and two Variables Topic  Question Hypothesis Two Variables The relationship be- tween a number of peo- ple and the amount of  economy How the GPA increase  or decrease when a  country population was  jumping or slumping  The amount of people  has a strong, linear cor- relation with the amount of GDP was peak. X- Variable: the amount  of people Y- Variable: the amount  of GDP Collection Methods, Data Source, and Bias All in all I find data on the internet. firstly, I find some issues in this world, there are 3 issues th at i interested, population and economic, shortsightedness and play Electronic Products time, an d teen pregnancy but finally i chose population and economic. First of all, I find search some information about population and economic to understand this top ic and i find populations in china in different years, and search history about China. What factor effect China population and search China economy in these years. Finally compare these data.

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