2017). In comparison with the water quality of the state of California as a whole, the water quality of the 92692 area is on par. California’s water also has metals present, but in addition, also has biological factors, including algae and zooplankton (“MyEnvironment”, 2017). The state as a whole is very diversified, though, when it comes to streamflow. For example, in northern California, there is high streamflow, >90thpercentile, and in middle California there is a moderate amount, between the 25thand 75thpercentiles, but moving toward southern California, there becomes less and less of a streamflow (USGS, 2017).The crime rates in the 92692 community are relatively low. The most recent year available for interpretation is 2014. According to the statistics for this given year, the crime rate based on a population of 100,000 residents, the rate for violent crime was 73.1, murder and non-negligent manslaughter (5.1), rape (9.3), robbery (23.7), aggravated assault (35.0), property crime (889.6), burglary (151.4), larceny (699.1), and motor vehicle theft (39.1) (Federal Bureau of Investigation [FBI], 2017). For the overall state of California in the same year, based on a population of 100,000, the rate for violent crime was 396.1, murder and non-negligent manslaughter (4.4), rape (29.7), robbery (125.5), aggravated assault (236.6), property crime (2,441.1), burglary (522.3), larceny (1,527.4), and motor vehicle theft (391.3) (FBI, “State-by-State”, 2017). Lastly, for the country as a whole in the same year, based on a population of 100,000, the rate of violent crime was 375.7, murder and non-negligent manslaughter (4.5), rape (36.6), robbery (102.2), aggravated assault (232.5), property crime (2,596.1), burglary (542.5), larceny (1,837.3), and motor vehicle theft (216.2) (FBI, “State-by-State”, 2017).Analysis of Data 1.Based on your subjective and objectivereview of your findings, what conclusions have you arrived at? Remember to cite sources as appropriate.What impressions from your subjective observationswere unfounded/invalid?
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