Assignment 4 - Kayla Butler 203-706-009 Assignment 4 Part 1...

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Unformatted text preview: Kayla Butler 203-706-009 Assignment 4 Part 1 Death Rates A) Crude Death Rate for Males in 2000 in zip code 92313 100,000 * 36/5184 = 694.4 This is found by taking the total number of male deaths in 2000 in zip code 92313 (36) and dividing by the total male population in 2000 in zip code 92313 (5184) and multiplying this number by 100,000. Crude Death Rate for Females in 2000 in zip code 92313 100,000 * 40/5824 = 686.8 This is found by taking the total number of female deaths in 2000 in zip code 92313 (40) and dividing by the total female population in 2000 in zip code 92313 (5824) and multiplying this number by 100,000. B) Crude Death Rate for Total Population in 2000 in zip code 92313 100,000 * 76/11,008 = 690.4 This is found by taking the total number of deaths in 2000 in zip code 92313 (76) and dividing by the total population in 2000 in zip code 92313 (11,008) and multiplying this number by 100,000. C) Cause-Specific Crude Death Rates for 92313 in 2000 Cause of Death Number of Deaths Population at risk Death Rate per 100,000 HTD 21 11,008 190.77 CAN 20 11,008 181.69 HOM 1 11,008 9.08 D) Cause-Specific Crude Death Rates for California in 2000 Cause of Death Number of Deaths Population at risk Death Rate per 100,000 HTD 68,533 33,871,648 202.3 CAN 53,005 33,871,648 156.49 HOM 2,084 33,871,648 6.15 Total 228,281 33,871,648 673.95 E) The numbers for the population of my zip code are fairly comparable to those for the state as a whole. Although the total rate seems to be higher in my area, this is probably due to the small size of the population. In addition, the appearance of a higher rate of homicide is likely due to the population size. In reality, a single murder is likely to occur in any population. F) Age-Specific Death Rates for 92313 in 2000 Age Groups Number of Deaths Number at risk Death Rate per 100,000 0-4 704 5-14 1732 15-24 1 1449 69.01 25-34...
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2012 for the course SOCIOLOGY 116 taught by Professor Cameroncampbell during the Fall '11 term at UCLA.

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Assignment 4 - Kayla Butler 203-706-009 Assignment 4 Part 1...

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