Q6) What do the different colors mean?
Q7) In what unit are measurements
reported and how do
Q8) Click on the measuring tool. From the
menu within the measuring tool, select Distance and then Miles. Using
the measuring tool, measure the color bands. How many miles does each
color band represent?
Q9) Which value is closest to the
hospital, 1 or 9?
Q10) Which value is closest to the
school, 1 or 8?
Q11) Are there any tracts that have 0
percent? Why or
Q12) Are there clusters of census tracts
that have a
higher percentage of population 40–49?
13.762098% of the population are between
was gathered by dividing the 40-49 year
population by the 2000 Population.
Q13) How can a census tract have 100
population age 40–49?
If people between the age of 40-49 are the only residence of that
Q14) Where is the median house value
Q15) For this first scenario, what should
percentage influence be?
Equal, 25% for each influence.
Q16) What is the scale value?
¼ , 25%.
Q17) What is the couple's priority
25% of the whole decision.
Q18) How do the distance values vary from
hospital moving outward?
Q19) Explain the pros and cons of each
The price of gas would seem to influence how much the the couple would
weigh the distances from the Chandler Regional Hospital and Phoenix
College. But having this model would allow for easy readjustments of
the places they should look to live.