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    Violent Victimization Data: Statistical Analysis

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    Year M 12-14 M 15-17 M 18-20 M 21-24 M 25-24 M 35-49 M 50-64 M 65 or Older F 12-14 F 15-17 F 18-20 F 21-24 F 25-24 F 35-49 F 50-64 F 65 or Older
    2012 503294 214582 313483 329238 762630 1018092 458047 109067 259795 233718 278741 335999 672533 771891 453933 127551
    2013 529511 203214 186244 262328 653813 628011 513163 69685 285419 286563 279457 309610 603866 611214 637688 66639 (Charts are attached)
    Violent Victimization data
    2012-2013 Males and Females by age category and annual total of Violent Victimization

    Using the data above. Created a table and prepared a chart with standard demographic variables comparing the data. Analyzed findings for male and female victims, displayed this in a table, and created additional tables to support your findings.
    Incorporated NCVS crime data and tested a hypothesis based on a binomial distribution with supporting graphs and analysis.
    Use references cite sources.
    The data is from http://www.bjs.gov/index.cfm?ty=nvat.

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    I have divided my guidance/ideas into parts in relation to the questions asked in your assignment.


    1) Incorporate NCVS crime data and test a hypothesis based on your research topic on a binomial distribution. For example, you could test the hypothesis that being male and less than 25 years of age increases the likelihood of being the victim of a homicide.

    I am not familiar with your exact research topic, so an appropriate hypothesis would depend on what you are researching. However, I have provided some ideas that can help you get started:

    - Being female and less than 30 years of age increases the likelihood of being a victim of homicide
    - Females between the age groups of 12-14 and 25-24 have a higher chance of being victimized
    - Males between the age groups of 12-14 and 35-49 have a higher chance of being victimized
    - Males in the ...

    Solution Summary

    The solution provide violent victimization data and determines the statistical analysis.