Assignment 2 - Kayla Butler(203-706-009 1 Age Distribution...

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Unformatted text preview: Kayla Butler (203-706-009) 1. Age Distribution of the Population of the United States in 1850, 1900, 1950, and 2000. Age Distributions of the Population of the United States in 1850, 1900, 1950, and 2000 Age 1850 %/N 1900 %/N 1950 %/N 2000 %/N 0-17 47.5% 9,486,695.4 40.4% 30,582,789.1 30.9% 46,972,480.0 25.6% 72,122,304.0 18-64 49.9% 9,977,400.8 55.5% 42,024,872.9 61.0% 92,850,770.0 61.9% 174,318,826.0 65+ 2.6% 521,093.2 4.1% 3,134,849.3 8.1% 12,382,719.0 12.4% 34,980,776.0 Total N 100% 19,985,189.4 100% 75,742,511.3 100% 152,205,969.0 100% 281,421,906.0 For the first tabulation, it is interesting to note how the age distributions shifted through the years. As time increased, life expectancy also tended to increase proportionally. We can also so that the number of births tended decrease, starting at close to 50% of the population in 1850 and slowly decreasing to about 25% in 2000. 2. Age Distribution of the Population of New York in 1850, 1900, 1950, and 2000 Age Distributions of the Population of the New York in 1850, 1900, 1950, and 2000 Age 1850 %/N 1900 %/N 1950 %/N 2000 %/N 0-17 42.5% 1,316,075.5 34.2% 2,482,404.1 25.8% 3,869,872.0 24.6% 4,669,828.0 18-64 54.7% 1,694,352.5 60.9% 4,421,478.8 65.7% 9,845,975.0 62.4% 11,849,860.0 65+ 2.8% 86,830.9 4.9% 358,199.6 8.5%8....
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