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APPENDIX A Budget Ratio Determination No of states Total Population # of Smokers Budget Budget / Person Budget / Smoker Budget/State (Million) Str 17 17 83.51 18.15 108.870 21.7% 1.30 6.00 6.40411765 Str 18 18 86.75 18.88 116.300 21.8% 1.34 6.16 6.46111111 A 18 83.19 18.05 112.447 21.7% 1.35 6.23 6.24705556 18 83.78 18.16 113.890 21.7% 1.36 6.27 6.32722222 18 85.9 18.68 113.476 21.7% 1.32 6.07 6.30422222 17 87.43 19.04 113.780 21.8% 1.30 5.98 6.69294118 17 87.1 19.09 113.277 21.9% 1.30 5.93 6.66335294 B 17 89.62 19.65 113.867 21.9% 1.27 5.79 6.69805882 16 90.18 19.82 111.692 22.0% 1.24 5.64 6.98075000 16 89.94 19.86 113.653 22.1% 1.26 5.72 7.10331250 16 90.4 19.94 113.632 22.1% 1.26 5.70 7.10200000 Expert set 18 86.84 18.87 115.146 21.7% 1.33 6.10 6.39700000 C 17 90.12 19.78 114.485 21.9% 1.27 5.79 6.73441176 Budget/state( Million) Budget/person Budget/smoker Mean 6.62427 Mean 1.300 Mean 5.95 Standard Deviation 0.29837 Standard Deviation 0.038 Standard Deviation 0.21 Sample Variance 0.08903 Sample Variance 0.001 Sample Variance 0.04 Kurtosis -1.05075 Kurtosis -1.138 Kurtosis -1.31 Skewness 0.47070 Skewness 0.022 Skewness -0.01 Range 0.85626 Range 0.121 Range 0.64 Minimum 6.24706 Minimum 1.239 Minimum 5.64 Maximum 7.10331 Maximum 1.359 Maximum 6.27 Sum 86.11556 Sum 16.904 Sum 77.39 Count 13 Count 13 Count 13 Smokers % of total poplation
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APPENDIX B State Demographic and Smoking Informations State Jul-07 Jul-02 Jul-02 Smoking prevalence 2007 % Smoking prevalence 2002 % pop. pop. Men Women Total Men Women Total ('07-'02)/'02 Smokers Non Smokers Alabama 4,661,900 4,486,508 4,486,508 25.7 19.7 22.5 27.5 21.6 24.4 -8% 1048927.5 3,612,973 Alaska 683,478 643,786 643,786 24.6 19.7 22.2 31.9 26.7 29.4 -24% 151732.12 531,746 Arizona 6,338,755 5,456,453 5,456,453 23.4 16.3 19.8 27 20.1 23.5 -16% 1255073.49 5,083,682 Arkansas 2,834,797 2,710,079 2,710,079 24.8 20.2 22.4 28.7 24.1 26.3 -15% 634994.53 2,199,802 California 36,553,215 35,116,033 35,116,033 18.1 10.6 14.3 19.7 13.3 16.4 -13% 5227109.75 31,326,105 Colorado 4,939,456 4,506,542 4,506,542 19.7 17.7 18.7 21.4 19.4 20.4 -8% 923678.27 4,015,778 Connecticut 3,502,309 3,460,503 3,460,503 16.6 14.5 15.5 20.6 18.4 19.5 -21% 542857.9 2,959,451 DC 864,764 807,385 807,385 17.6 20.3 19 25.4 24.1 24.7 -23% 164305.16 700,459 Delaware 588,292 500,000 16,713,149 19.1 15.7 17.3 23.8 17.5 20.4 -15% 101774.52 486,517 Florida 18,251,243 16,713,149 16,713,149 21.3 17.5 19.3 23.6 20.7 22.1 -13% 3522489.9 14,728,753 Georgia 9,544,750 8,560,310 8,560,310 21.2 17.5 19.3 26.8 20 23.3 -17% 1842136.75 7,702,613 Hawaii 1,283,388 1,244,898 1,244,898 19.8 14.3 17 26.2 16 21.1 -19% 218175.96 1,065,212 Idaho 1,499,402 1,341,131 1,341,131 20.9 17.4 19.2 21.6 19.7 20.6 -7% 287885.18 1,211,517 Illinois 12,852,548 12,600,620 12,600,620 22.1 18.4 20.2 26.1 19.8 22.9 -12% 2596214.7 10,256,333 Indiana 6,345,289 6,159,068 6,159,068 25.9 22.4 24.1 29.8 25.8 27.7 -13% 1529214.65 4,816,074 Iowa 2,988,046 2,936,760 2,936,760 21.4 18.3 19.8 26.3 20.2 23.1 -14% 591633.11 2,396,413 Kansas 2,775,997 2,715,884 2,715,884 18.7 17.1 17.9 23.2 20.9 22.1 -19% 496903.46 2,279,094 Kentucky 4,241,474 4,092,891 4,092,891 28.8 27.8 28.3 34.8 30.5 32.6 -13% 1200337.14 3,041,137 Louisiana 4,293,204 4,482,646 4,482,646 26.4 19.1 22.6 26.6 21.5 23.9 -5% 970264.1 3,322,940 Maine 1,317,207 1,294,464 1,294,464 21 19.3 20.1 26.4 21.1 23.6 -15% 264758.61 1,052,448 Maryland 5,618,344 5,458,137 5,458,137 18.4 16 17.1 25.7 18.6 22 -22% 960736.82 4,657,607 Massachusetts 6,449,755 6,427,801 6,427,801 17.4 15.5 16.4 20.2 18 19 -14% 1057759.82 5,391,995 Michigan 10,071,822 10,050,446 10,050,446 23.5 19 21.2 25.1 23.5 24.2 -12% 2135226.26 7,936,596 Minnesota 5,197,621 5,019,720 5,019,720 18.3 14.7 16.5 24.3 19.4 21.7 -24% 857607.47 4,340,014 Mississippi 2,918,785 2,871,782 2,871,782 27.8 20.5 24 33.2 22.2 27.4 -12% 700508.4 2,218,277 Missouri 5,878,415 5,672,579 5,672,579 26 23.3 24.6 29.6 23.9 26.6 -8% 1446090.09 4,432,325 Montana 957,861 909,453 909,453 19.8 19.3 19.5 21.3 21.4 21.3 -8% 186782.9 771,078 Nebraska 1,774,571 1,729,180 1,729,180 23.2 16.8 19.9 26.3 19.4 22.8 -13% 353139.63 1,421,431 Nevada 2,565,382 2,173,491 2,173,491 23.4 19.6 21.5 28.5 23.5 26 -17% 551557.13 2,013,825 New Hampshire 1,315,828 1,275,056 1,275,056 20.2 18.6 19.4 23.9 22.6 23.2 -16% 255270.63 1,060,557 New Jersey 8,685,920 8,590,300 8,590,300 19.4 15.2 17.2 20.4 17.9 19.1 -10% 1493978.24 7,191,942 New Mexico 1,969,915 1,855,059 1,855,059 23.6 18.1 20.8 23.3 19.3 21.2 -2% 409742.32 1,560,173 New York 19,297,729 19,157,532 19,157,532 21.6 16.5 18.9 25.9 19.3 22.4 -16% 3647270.78 15,650,458 North Carolina 9,061,032 8,320,146 8,320,146 25.3 20.7 22.9 30.7 22.3 26.4 -13% 2074976.33 6,986,056 North Dakota 639,715 634,110 634,110 22.2 19.8 21 23.1 20 21.5 -2% 134340.15 505,375 Ohio 11,466,917 11,421,267 11,421,267 24.2 22.1 23.1 28.4 26 26.6 -13% 2648857.83 8,818,059 Oklahoma 3,617,316 3,493,714 3,493,714 28 23.8 25.8 29.7 23.8 26.7 -3% 933267.53 2,684,048 Oregon 3,747,455 3,521,515 3,521,515 18.9 14.9 16.9 24.6 20.2 22.4 -25% 633319.9 3,114,135 Pennsylvania 12,432,792 12,335,091 12,335,091 20.7 21.1 20.9 26.1 23.2 24.6 -15% 2598453.53 9,834,338 Rhode Island 1,057,832 1,069,725 1,069,725 17.8 16.3 17 24.3 20.9 22.5 -24% 179831.44 878,001 South Carolina 4,407,709 4,107,183 4,107,183 25.3 18.8 21.9 29.1 24.4 26.6 -18% 965288.27 3,442,421 South Dakota 796,214 761,063 761,063 20.1 19.5 19.8 25.6 19.7 22.6 -12% 157650.37 638,564 Tennessee 6,156,719 5,797,289 5,797,289 25.7 22.9 24.3 31 24.9 27.8 -13% 1496082.72 4,660,636 Texas 23,904,380 21,779,893 21,779,893
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