In the 2010 census, the population of Ellettsville was 6378. Out of this number 95.8 percent of the people are White, 1.2 percent African American, and the other 3 percent of people are Native American, Asian, and Hispanic or made up of two or more races. Of these people there are 1944 households with 1345 families consisting of 3 or more people. 41 percent of these households have children under the age of 18 and 52 percent of the households have married couples in them. Also found in the census was that the average household income in the town of Ellettsville is 37, 275 dollars.
The median would be about forty three thousand a year. E. The first pairing of variables to be reviewed is the relationship between Household Size and Income. A scatterplot was created in order to look at the correlation between the two variables. From reviewing the scatterplot one is able to determine that there is not much consistency for example, those who make an average of thirty eight thousand dollars a year can have anywhere from two, to four to seven household members. This goes the same for those in the fifty five thousand a year bracket as well those individuals can
To better understand the size of a household for AJ Davis’s credit customers we used a table of descriptive statistics, frequency table, and a bar chart. Descriptive Statistics: Size Variable Mean SE Mean StDev Variance Minimum Q1 Median Q3 Size 3.420 0.246 1.739 3.024 1.000 2.000 3.000 5.000 N for Variable Maximum Mode Mode Size 7.000 2 15 Tally for Discrete Variables: Size Size Count CumCnt 1 5 5 2 15 20 3 8 28 4 9 37 5 5 42 6 5 47 7 3 50 N= 50 This information tells us that the mean, or average, household size of the credit customer is 3.42. The median, or middle, household size is 3. There is a standard deviation of 1.739. As can be seen in the bar chart and the frequency table, the mode, or most frequent occurring household size, is 2 with 15 out of the 50 households being this size.
In short the majority of AJ Davis customers are Urban dwellers. In addition a Pie-Chart below depicts the same data. 2) Income Based on the histogram above which used a sample of 50 customers from AJ Davis store the mean income is about $45.650 and it follow a normal curve or has what we call the bell curve. Descriptive Statistics: household size Variable N N* Mean SE Mean StDev Minimum Q1 Median Q3 household size 51 0 4.431 0.357 2.548 1.000 2.000 4.000 7.000 Variable Maximum household size 8.000 From a sample of 50 customers the average household is 4.4 and also the median household is 4. The maximum household is 8 and the minimum is 1.
The median household income is $55,064. High school graduates or those with higher education make up 83.4% of the population and those with bachelor degrees make up 29%. Unemployment in Sacramento County is 12.5% of the population (City-data website, 2015). Sacramento County has numerous private and public colleges. It is also home to a state university.
2. Income Descriptive Statistics: Income ($1000) Variable N N* Mean SE Mean StDev Minimum Q1 Median Q3 Income ($1000) 50 0 43.74 2.07 14.64 21.00 30.00 43.00 55.00 Variable Maximum Income ($1000) 67.00 With the data provided we can see that the highest income coming is $67,000 and the lowest at $21,000, making the range of the customer’s income $46,000. The average income is $43,740. The median income is $43,000, due to the median being less than the average this makes the distribution skewed to the right. This provides us data saying that more of AJ DAVIS’s customers have a lower income then the rest.
(2012, September 18). United States Census Bureau. Retrieved November 26, 2012, from State and County Quick Facts: http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/states/53/53063.html ----------------------- Spokane County, Washington State Population Economic Status • Located on the eastern side of Washington State • Population is 417,939 • Predominately white • Next largest ethnic group is Hispanic in origin • Median Household income is $55,584 • 13.9% households at or below poverty level • 18% of the children in poverty • 9.6% reported unemployment rate • 1185 homeless Cultural Assessment • Slightly more females than males • Predominately white. • Subculture of Hispanics and Asian • Majority of population understand how to achieve good health care. • Drug abuse is prevalent among youth along with alcohol abuse • Mental health problems with poor mental health resources Neighborhood/ Community Safety • Access to health services through the health department for the poor.
Overview I This paper will evaluate a sample of 50 AJ DAVIS department store chain credit customers using statistical analysis. Four quantitative methods: household size, income, years and credit balance along with one qualitative method: location will be used. Individual Variables II Location is a categorical variable and it consists of three (3) subcategories: Rural, Suburban and Urban. The below frequency distribution and bar graft indicates that the highest member of AJ DAVIS department store chain consumes resides in urban areas accounting for 44% of the sample, the second highest member of AJ DAVIS department store chain consumes resides in Suburban areas and accounts for 30% of the sample while the smallest number
The ethic race make-up is 64% Whites, 26% Blacks, 4% Hispanic, 2.6% Asian, and 0.5% others. The educational level in Warner Robins is 83.5% high school graduates, 16.7% bachelor’s degrees, 5.7% with graduate degrees and unemployed 6.1%. The poverty level in Houston County is 16.7%. The sexes makeup of Warner Robins in males 47.8% and females 52.2%. The median age is 34.
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