Part 1: Needs/Risk assessment1.a.The shape of the population is ‘normally distributed’. The shape of the curve shows that there are equal number of men and women in the country. The area under this curve is 1.0 and this shape is denser at the center and less dense in the tails. Also, the shape is symmetric, the shape is unimodal. In this, the mean, median and mode are all equal. b.The difference in the Oldlandian and German life table is that the death rate in Oldlandian was more than the death rate in Germany. According to me, the reason could be lack of medical facilities in Oldlandian, more old age population in Oldlandian than in Germany and less awareness about diseases in Oldlandian. c.To forecast the distribution of Oldlandian population in 2030, the population data of previous year is required. The growth rate will need to be calculated and based on that growth rate, the future projections can be made. Apart from this, the fertility rate, mortality, migration is also required. 2.a.Absolute povertyrate95% confidence intervalExtreme poverty rate95% confidence intervalHousehold 54.5%17.8%1
without persons 65 years or olderStandard error0.843%0.712%Household with persons 65 years or older57.4%19%Standard error1.586%1.324%b.The ‘Household with persons 65 years or older’ is poorer because the rate of absolute and extreme poverty is more than the other group. Also, the confidence interval is more in this case than the other one, so the data of this group is more reliable than the other. 2
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