3 edition of Making sense of Census 2000. found in the catalog.
Making sense of Census 2000.
|Other titles||Census 2000.|
|Genre||Census, 22nd, 2000.|
|Contributions||United States. Bureau of the Census.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 envelope :|
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Census Bureau Web site will help you to: THIS TEACHING GUIDE DETG (). The U.S. Census Bureau will use the data gathered in Census to develop statistics that tell us more about our country.
Some of the statistics the U.S. Census Bureau might use are: mean(or average), mode, range, and median. The Census Facts box (right) gives you two of these statistics.
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For instance, the census recorded information in only six categories, and the head of household was the only person listed by name. By contrast, the long form of the census had 52 questions and was 12 pages long -- it asked the name of every person in.
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Making Sense of the Census: The U.S. Federal Population Census. Census records have been kept by many countries and nations for centuries. While census records may record businesses, veterans, farms, or animals, a population census usually counts of every living person within a geographical boundary.
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Census return rates have drastically decreased over recent decades: While 87 percent of the population returned the forms inby the number had dropped to percent. Disparities between race and ethnicity is also widening: Inpercent of the white population returned censuses, while the percentage dropped to percent.
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