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Answers to Additional Practice Questions 1. Table 1 Florida Oregon Age Population Death Rate/100,000 Expected Deaths Population Death Rate/100,000 Expected Deaths <15 3,427,499 2.23 53 723,106 1.91 46 15- 24 2,414,202 0.89 14 498,965 0.93 14 25- 44 4,734,381 2.05 44 1,041,873 1.87 40 45- 64 4,939,329 8.32 163 1,040,644 7.89 155 65+ 3,291,808 45.76 489 508,985 44.98 481 Total 18,807,219 763 3,813,573 736 Table 2 Age Georgia population Deaths Rate/100,000 <15 2,396,100 32 1.34 15-24 1,542,000 9 0.58 25-44 2,135,300 30 1.40 45-64 1,960,900 140 7.14 65+ 1,068,500 529 49.51 Total 9,102,800 Florida expected deaths: < 15: 2,396,100/100,000 x 2.23 = 53 15-24: 1,542,000/100,000 x 0.89 = 14 25-44: 2,135,300/100,000 x 2.05 = 44 45-64 1,960,900/100,000 x 8.32 = 163 65+: 1,068,500/100,00 x 45.76 = 489 Total: 763 Florida age-adjusted death rate = (763/9,102,800) x 100,000 = 8.38/100,000 Oregon expected deaths: <15: 2,396,100/100,000 x 1.91 = 46 15-24: 1,542,000/100,000 x 0.93 = 14 25-44: 2,135,300/100,000 x 1.87 = 40
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This note was uploaded on 07/15/2011 for the course PHC 6000 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of South Florida - Tampa.

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