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Gm533 Analyzing Property Crimes In The Us

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Analyzing Property Crimes in the United States GM 533 Applied Managerial Statistics April 15, 2010 To: Mr. Livingston Date: April 15, 2010 Subject: Analysis of Property Crimes Data: 1. Crimes: Property crime rate per hundred thousand inhabitants. The crimes include burglary, larceny, theft, and motor vehicle theft. The calculations for the crimes are noted as the number of property crimes divided by the total population (100,000). 2. P-income: P-income is the per capita income for each state (All 50 states are included in this data set). 3. Dropout: This shows the high school dropout rate. 4. Precipitation: This shows the average precipitation in inches in the major city in each state. 5. Urban: This shows the percentage of residents living in urban areas. 6. State: All 50 states are included in this analysis. 7. Kids: This shows the public aid for families with children and dollars per family. 8. Unemployment: This shows the percentage of unemployed workers. 9. Public Aid: This shows the percentage of public aid recipients. 10. Density: The density includes the population/total square miles Results: • The mean of crimes committed during this study was 4,559.244 with a per capita income was $15,442.18. High school dropout rates for 1987 was
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