Select Page
  

In order to address your research question, you must first understand the content of the data available. Once you have identified the different statistical considerations and best procedures to analyze your data, you will be able to begin the design phase of your study.At this point, you have already identified a data source for your project, and you have performed an initial evaluation of its content and basic characteristics. Now it is time to apply those statistical concepts that you revisited this week and develop the basic steps of your study design.For this portion of your Scholar-Practitioner Project, you will define the parameters of your study.Submit a 3-page paper that includes the following:Your research question(s), incorporating any feedback you received from your Instructor to revise your research questions.The study population you selected for your project (study population is defined based on your research topic) and a rationale for the chosen population.Include a list of variables (dependent, independent, confounding, etc) from your selected data set, that you will be using to answer your research question(s).Include a rationale for why you think those variables are enough for answering your research question.If you are planning on selecting a sample from your selected dataset, indicate the sample size and the method for calculating the sample size, including your power calculations. If you are not selecting a sample from your dataset, explain the rationale for that decision.Include SPSS output(s) to support your calculation(s)/result(s).Support your response with the Learning Resources and current literature. Use APA formatting for your paper and to cite your resources.SPSS: The association between income, age, and educational attainment among adults in Hawaii.Resources Statistics Navigation (Sample Size) Retrieved from http://academicguides.waldenu.edu/ASCstats/homeUCLA Institute for Digital Research and Education. (n.d). Missing data. SPSS Learning Module. Retrieved from http://statistics.ats.ucla.edu/stat/spss/modules/missing.htm
20190301042744usw1_pubh_8545_week07_hawaiidatadictionary.pdf

professor_feedback.docx

Don't use plagiarized sources. Get Your Custom Essay on
PUBH8545 Walden Week 7 Scholar-practitioner Project: Parameters
Just from $10/Page
Order Essay

new_compressed__zipped__folder.zip

Unformatted Attachment Preview

DATA DICTIONARY – 2005 HOUSING
RT
1
Record Type
H .Housing Record
SERIALNO
7
Housing unit/GQ person serial number
0000001..9999999 .Unique identifier assigned within
.state or state group
DIVISION
1
Division
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
PUMA
code
.New England (Northeast region)
.Middle Atlantic (Northeast region)
.East North Central (Midwest region)
.West North Central (Midwest region)
.South Atlantic (South region)
.East South Central (South region)
.West South Central (South Region)
.Mountain (West region)
.Pacific (West region)
5
Public use microdata area code (PUMA)
Designates area of 100,000 or more population.
code.
00100..08200
REGION
1
Region code
1 .Northeast
2 .Midwest
3 .South
4 .West
ST
2
State Code
01 .Alabama/AL
02 .Alaska/AK
04 .Arizona/AZ
05 .Arkansas/AR
06 .California/CA
08 .Colorado/CO
09 .Connecticut/CT
10 .Delaware/DE
11 .District of Columbia/DC
12 .Florida/FL
13 .Georgia/GA
15 .Hawaii/HI
16 .Idaho/ID
17 .Illinois/IL
18 .Indiana/IN
19 .Iowa/IA
20 .Kansas/KS
21 .Kentucky/KY
22 .Louisiana/LA
23 .Maine/ME
24 .Maryland/MD
25 .Massachusetts/MA
26 .Michigan/MI
Use with ST for unique
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
53
54
55
56
72
.Minnesota/MN
.Mississippi/MS
.Missouri/MO
.Montana/MT
.Nebraska/NE
.Nevada/NV
.New Hampshire/NH
.New Jersey/NJ
.New Mexico/NM
.New York/NY
.North Carolina/NC
.North Dakota/ND
.Ohio/OH
.Oklahoma/OK
.Oregon/OR
.Pennsylvania/PA
.Rhode Island/RI
.South Carolina/SC
.South Dakota/SD
.Tennessee/TN
.Texas/TX
.Utah/UT
.Vermont/VT
.Virginia/VA
.Washington/WA
.West Virginia/WV
.Wisconsin/WI
.Wyoming/WY
.Puerto Rico/PR
ADJUST
7
Adjustment factor for dollar amounts (6 implied decimal places)
1019190 .2005 factor (1.019190)
WGTP
4
Housing Weight
0001..9999 .Integer weight of housing unit
NP
2
Number of person records following this housing record
00 .Vacant unit
01 .One person record (one person in household or
.any person in group quarters)
02..20 .Number of person records (number of persons in
.household)
TYPE
1
Type of unit
1 .Housing unit
2 .Institutional group quarters
3 .Noninstitutional group quarters
ACR
1
Lot size
b
1
2
3
AGS
.N/A (GQ/not a one-family house or mobile home)
.House on less than one acre
.House on one to less than ten acres
.House on ten or more acres
1
Sales of Agriculture Products
b .N/A (less than 1 acre/GQ/vacant/
.2 or more units in structure)
1 .None
2 .$
1 – $ 999
3 .$ 1000 – $ 2499
4 .$ 2500 – $ 4999
5 .$ 5000 – $ 9999
6 .$10000+
BDS
1
Bedrooms
b
0
1
2
3
4
5
.N/A (GQ)
.No bedrooms
.1 Bedroom
.2 Bedrooms
.3 Bedrooms
.4 Bedrooms
.5 or more bedrooms
BLD
2
Units in structure
bb .N/A (GQ)
01 .Mobile home or trailer
02 .One-family house detached
03 .One-family house attached
04 .2 Apartments
05 .3-4 Apartments
06 .5-9 Apartments
07 .10-19 Apartments
08 .20-49 Apartments
09 .50 or more apartments
10 .Boat, RV, van, etc.
BUS
1
Business
b
1
2
or medical office on property
.N/A (GQ/not a one-family house or mobile home)
.Yes
.No
CONP
4
Condo fee (monthly amount)
bbbb .N/A (not owned or being bought/not
.condo/GQ/vacant/no condo fee)
0001..9999 .$1 – $9999 (Rounded and top-coded)
ELEP
3
Electricity (monthly cost)
bbb .N/A (GQ/vacant)
001 .Included in rent or in condo fee
002 .No charge or electricity not used
003..999 .$3 to $999 (Rounded and top-coded)
FS
5
Food stamp amount
bbbbb .N/A (GQ/vacant)
0 .None
1..99999 .$1 to $99999
FULP
4
House heating fuel (yearly cost)
bbbb .N/A (GQ/vacant)
0001 .Included in rent or in condo fee
0002 .No charge or these fuels not used
0003..9999 .$3 to $9999 (Rounded and top-coded)
GASP
3
Gas (monthly cost)
bbb .N/A (GQ/vacant)
001 .Included in rent or in condo fee
002 .Included in electricity payment
003 .No charge or gas not used
004..999 .$4 to $999 (Rounded and top-coded)
HFL
1
House heating fuel
b .N/A (GQ/vacant)
1 .Utility gas
2 .Bottled, tank, or LP gas
3 .Electricity
4 .Fuel oil, kerosene, etc.
5 .Coal or coke
6 .Wood
7 .Solar energy
8 .Other fuel
9 .No fuel used
INSP
4
Fire/hazard/flood insurance (yearly amount)
bbbb .N/A (not owned or being bought/not a one
.family house, mobile home, or
.condo/GQ/vacant)
0000 .None
0001..9999 .$1 to $9999 (Rounded and top-coded)
KIT
1
Complete
b
1
2
kitchen facilities
.N/A (GQ)
.Yes, has all three facilities
.No
MHP
5
Mobile home costs (yearly amount)
bbbbb .N/A (GQ/vacant/not owned or being bought/
.not mobile home/no costs)
00000..99999 .$0 to $99999 (Rounded and top-coded)
MRGI
1
Payment include fire/hazard/flood insurance
b .N/A (GQ/vacant/not owned or being bought/
.Not a one family house, MHT or condo/not
.mortgaged/no regular mortgage payment)
1 .Yes, insurance included in payment
2 .No, insurance paid separately or no insurance
MRGP
5
Mortgage payment (monthly amount)
bbbbb .N/A (not owned or being bought/not a one
.family house, mobile home, or
.condo/GQ/vacant)
00001..99999 .$1 to $99999 (Rounded and top-coded)
MRGT
1
Payment include real estate taxes
b .N/A (GQ/vacant/not owned or being bought/not a
.one family house or condo/not mortgaged/
.No regular mortgage payment)
1 .Yes, taxes included in payment
2 .No, taxes paid separately or taxes not required
MRGX
1
Mortgage status
b .N/A (not owned or being bought/not a one family
.house, mobile home, or condo/GQ/vacant)
1 .Mortgage deed of trust, or similar debt
2 .Contract to purchase
3 .None
PLM
1
Complete
b
1
2
RMS
plumbing facilities
.N/A (GQ)
.Yes, has all three facilities
.No
1
Rooms
b
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
.N/A (GQ)
.1 Room
.2 Rooms
.3 Rooms
.4 Rooms
.5 Rooms
.6 Rooms
.7 Rooms
.8 Rooms
.9 or more rooms
RNTM
1
Meals included in rent
b .N/A (GQ/not a rental unit/rental-NCR)
1 .Yes
2 .No
RNTP
5
Monthly rent
bbbbb .N/A (GQ/not a rental unit)
00001..99999 .$1 to $99999 (Rounded and top-coded)
SMP
5
Second mortgage payment (monthly amount)
bbbbb .N/A (GQ/vacant/condo/not owned or being
.bought/not a one family house/not
.mortgaged/ no second mortgage)
00001..99999 .$1 to $99999 (Rounded and top-coded)
SRM
2
Second residence months
bb
.N/A (GQ/stay year round)
1..11 .Months
SRR
1
Second residence reason
b .N/A (GQ/stay year round)
1 .Permanent address
2
3
4
5
6
.Seasonal or vacation address
.To be close to work
.Attend school or college
.Looking for permanent housing
.Other reason
SRX
1
Second residence checkbox
b .N/A (GQ/vacant)
1 .Yes
2 .No
TEL
1
Telephone in Unit
b .N/A (GQ/vacant)
1 .Yes
2 .No
TEN
1
Tenure
b
1
2
3
4
.N/A (GQ/vacant)
.Owned with mortgage or loan
.Owned free and clear
.Rented for cash rent
.No cash rent
VACS
1
Vacancy status
b .N/A (occupied/GQ)
1 .For rent
2 .Rented, not occupied
3 .For sale only
4 .Sold, not occupied
5 .For seasonal/recreational/occasional use
6 .For migratory workers
7 .Other vacant
VAL
2
Property value
bb .N/A (GQ/rental unit/vacant, not for sale only)
01 .Less than $ 10000
02 .$ 10000 – $ 14999
03 .$ 15000 – $ 19999
04 .$ 20000 – $ 24999
05 .$ 25000 – $ 29999
06 .$ 30000 – $ 34999
07 .$ 35000 – $ 39999
08 .$ 40000 – $ 49999
09 .$ 50000 – $ 59999
10 .$ 60000 – $ 69999
11 .$ 70000 – $ 79999
12 .$ 80000 – $ 89999
13 .$ 90000 – $ 99999
14 .$100000 – $124999
15 .$125000 – $149999
16 .$150000 – $174999
17 .$175000 – $199999
18 .$200000 – $249999
19 .$250000 – $299999
20 .$300000 – $399999
21 .$400000 – $499999
22 .$500000 – $749999
23 .$750000 – $999999
24 .$1000000+
VEH
1
Vehicles
b
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
(1 ton or less) available
.N/A (GQ/vacant)
.No vehicles
.1 vehicle
.2 vehicles
.3 vehicles
.4 vehicles
.5 vehicles
.6 or more vehicles
WATP
4
Water (yearly cost)
bbbb .N/A (GQ/vacant)
0001 .Included in rent or in condo fee
0002 .No charge
0003..9999 .$3 to $9999 (Rounded and top-coded)
YBL
1
When structure first built
b .N/A (GQ)
1 .2005 or later
2 .2000 to 2004
3 .1990 to 1999
4 .1980 to 1989
5 .1970 to 1979
6 .1960 to 1969
7 .1950 to 1959
8 .1940 to 1949
9 .1939 or earlier
FES
1
Family type and employment status
b .N/A (GQ/vacant/not a family)
1 .Married-couple family: Husband and wife in LF
2 .Married-couple family: Husband in labor force, wife
.not in LF
3 .Married-couple family: Husband not in LF,
.wife in LF
4 .Married-couple family: Neither husband nor wife in
.LF
5 .Other family: Male householder, no wife present, in
.LF
6 .Other family: Male householder, no wife present,
.not in LF
7 .Other family: Female householder, no husband
.present, in LF
8 .Other family: Female householder, no husband
.present, not in LF
FINCP
8
Family income
bbbbbbbb .N/A(GQ/vacant)
00000000 .No family income
-59999..99999999 .Total family income in dollars
FPARC
1
Family presence and age of related children
b .N/A (GQ/vacant/not a family)
1 .With related children under 5 years only
2 .With related children 5 to 17 years only
3 .With related children under 5 years and 5 to 17
.years
4 .No related children
GRNTP
4
Gross rent
bbbb .N/A (GQ/vacant, not rented for cash rent)
0001..9999 .$1 – $9999
GRPIP
3
Gross rent as a percentage of household income past 12 months
bbb .N/A (GQ/vacant/not rented for cash
.rent/owner occupied/no household income)
001..100 .1% to 100%
101 .101% or more
HHL
1
Household language
b .N/A (GQ/vacant)
1 .English only
2 .Spanish
3 .Other Indo-European language
4 .Asian or Pacific Island language
5 .Other language
HHT
1
Household/family type
b .N/A (GQ/vacant)
1 .Married-couple family household
.Other family household:
2 .Male householder, no wife present
3 .Female householder, no husband present
.Nonfamily household:
.Male householder:
4 .Living alone
5 .Not living alone
.Female householder:
6 .Living alone
7 .Not living alone
HINCP
8
Household income
bbbbbbbb .N/A(GQ/vacant)
00000000 .No household income
-59999..99999999 .Total household income in dollars
HUGCL
HUPAC
1
Flag to
b
0
1
indicate grandchild living in housing unit
.N/A (GQ/vacant)
.HU does not contain grandchildren
.HU does contain grandchildren
1
Family presence and age of children
b .N/A (GQ/vacant)
1 .With children under 6 years only
2 .With children 6 to 17 years only
3 .With children under 6 years and 6 to 17 years
4 .No children
HUPAOC
1
HH presence and age of own children
b .N/A (GQ/vacant)
1 .Presence of own children under 6 years only
2 .Presence of own children 6 to 17 years only
3 .Presence of own children under 6 years and 6 to 17 years
4 .No own children present
HUPARC
1
HH presence and age of related children
b .N/A (GQ/vacant)
1 .Presence of related children under 6 years only
2 .Presence of related children 6 to 17 years only
3 .Presence of related children under 6 years and 6 to 17 years
4 .No related children present
LNGI
1
Linguistic isolation
b .N/A (GQ/vacant)
1 .Not linguistically isolated
2 .Linguistically isolated
MV
1
When moved into this house or apartment
b .N/A (GQ/vacant)
1 .12 months or less
2 .13 to 23 months
3 .2 to 4 years
4 .5 to 9 years
5 .10 to 19 years
6 .20 to 29 years
7 .30 years or more
NOC
2
Number of own
bb
00
01..19
NPF
children in household (unweighted)
.N/A(GQ/vacant)
.No own children
.Number of own children in household
2
Number of persons in family (unweighted)
bb .N/A (GQ/vacant/non-family household)
02..20 .Number of persons in family
NPP
1
Grandparent headed household with no parent present
b .N/A (GQ/vacant)
0 .Not a grandparent headed household with no parent present
1 .Grandparent headed household with no parent present
NR
1
Presence of nonrelative in household
b .N/A (GQ/vacant)
0 .None
1 .1 or more nonrelatives
NRC
2
Number of related children in household (unweighted)
bb .N/A (GQ/vacant)
00 .No related children
01..19 .Number of related children in household
OCPIP
3
Selected monthly owner costs as a percentage of household
income during the past 12 months
bbb .N/A (not owned or being bought/not a one
.family house, mobile home, or
.condo/GQ/vacant/no HH income)
001..100 .1% to 100%
101 .101% or more
PARTNER
1
Unmarried partner household
b .N/A (GQ/???)
0 .No unmarried partner in household
1 .Male householder, male partner
2 .Male householder, female partner
3 .Female householder, male partner
4 .Female householder, female partner
PSF
R18
R60
R65
1
Presence
b
0
1
of subfamilies in Household
.N/A (GQ/vacant)
.No subfamilies
.1 or more subfamilies
1
Presence
b
0
1
of persons under 18 years in household (unweighted)
.N/A (GQ/vacant)
.No person under 18 in household
.1 or more persons under 18 in household
1
Presence
b
0
1
2
of persons 60 years and over in household (unweighted)
.N/A (GQ/vacant)
.No person 60 and over
.1 person 60 and over
.2 or more persons 60 and over
1
Presence
b
0
1
2
of persons 65 years and over in household (unweighted)
.N/A (GQ/vacant)
.No person 65 and over
.1 person 65 and over
.2 or more persons 65 and over
RESMODE
1
Response mode
b .N/A (GQ)
1 .Mail
2 .CATI/CAPI
SMOCP
5
Selected monthly owner costs
bbbbb .N/A (not owned or being bought/not a one
.family house, mobile home, or
.condo/GQ/vacant/no costs )
00000 .No costs
00001..99999 .$1 – $99999
SMX
1
Second mortgage or home equity loan status
b .N/A (GQ/vacant/not owned or being bought/
.not a one family house, mobile home, trailer or
.condo/not mortgaged/no second mortgage)
1 .Yes, a second mortgage
2 .Yes, a home equity loan
3 .No
4 .Both a second mortgage and a home equity loan
SRNT
1
Specified rent unit
0 .Not specified rent unit
1 .Specified rent unit
SVAL
1
Specified value unit
0 .Not specified owner unit
1 .Specified value unit
TAXP
2
Property taxes (yearly amount)
bb .N/A (GQ/vacant/not owned or being bought/not a
.one-family house, mobile home or trailer or
.condo)
01 .None
02 .$
1 – $ 49
03 .$ 50 – $ 99
04 .$ 100 – $ 149
05 .$ 150 – $ 199
06 .$ 200 – $ 249
07 .$ 250 – $ 299
08 .$ 300 – $ 349
09 .$ 350 – $ 399
10 .$ 400 – $ 449
11 .$ 450 – $ 499
12 .$ 500 – $ 549
13 .$ 550 – $ 599
14 .$ 600 – $ 649
15 .$ 650 – $ 699
16 .$ 700 – $ 749
17 .$ 750 – $ 799
18 .$ 800 – $ 849
19 .$ 850 – $ 899
20 .$ 900 – $ 949
21 .$ 950 – $ 999
22 .$1000 – $1099
23 .$1100 – $1199
24 .$1200 – $1299
25 .$1300 – $1399
26 .$1400 – $1499
27 .$1500 – $1599
28 .$1600 – $1699
29 .$1700 – $1799
30 .$1800 – $1899
31 .$1900 – $1999
32 .$2000 – $2099
33 .$2100 – $2199
34 .$2200 – $2299
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
WIF
.$2300 .$2400 .$2500 .$2600 .$2700 .$2800 .$2900 .$3000 .$3100 .$3200 .$3300 .$3400 .$3500 .$3600 .$3700 .$3800 .$3900 .$4000 .$4100 .$4200 .$4300 .$4400 .$4500 .$4600 .$4700 .$4800 .$4900 .$5000 .$5500 .$6000 .$7000 .$8000 .$9000 .$10000+
$2399
$2499
$2599
$2699
$2799
$2899
$2999
$3099
$3199
$3299
$3399
$3499
$3599
$3699
$3799
$3899
$3999
$4099
$4199
$4299
$4399
$4499
$4599
$4699
$4799
$4899
$4999
$5499
$5999
$6999
$7999
$8999
$9999
1
Workers in family during the past 12 months
b .N/A (GQ/vacant/non-family household)
0 .No workers
1 .1 worker
2 .2 workers
3 .3 or more workers in family
WKEXREL
2
Work experience of householder and spouse
b .N/A (GQ/vacant/not a family)
1 .Householder and spouse worked FT
2 .Householder worked FT; spouse worked < FT 3 .Householder worked FT; spouse did not work 4 .Householder worked < FT; spouse worked FT 5 .Householder worked < FT; spouse worked < FT 6 .Householder worked < FT; spouse did not work 7 .Householder did not work; spouse worked FT 8 .Householder did not work; spouse worked < FT 9 .Householder did not work; spouse did not work 10 .Male householder worked FT; no spouse present 11 .Male householder worked < FT; no spouse present 12 .Male householder did not work; no spouse present 13 .Female householder worked FT; no spouse present 14 .Female householder worked < FT; no spouse present 15 .Female householder did not work; no spouse present WORKSTAT 2 Work status of householder or spouse in family households bb .N/A (GQ/not a family household) 1 .Husband and wife both in labor force, both employed or in .Armed Forces 2 .Husband and wife both in labor force, husband employed or in .Armed Forces, wife unemployed 3 .Husband in labor force and wife not in labor force, husband .employed or in Armed Forces 4 .Husband and wife both in labor force, husband unemployed, wife .employed or in Armed Forces 5 .Husband and wife both in labor force, husband unemployed, wife .unemployed 6 .Husband in labor force, husband unemployed, wife not in labor .force 7 .Husband not in labor force, wife in labor force, wife .employed or in Armed Forces 8 .Husband not in labor force, wife in labor force, wife .unemployed 9 .Neither husband nor wife in labor force 10 .Male householder with no wife present, householder in .labor force, employed or in Armed Forces 11 .Male householder with no wife present, householder in .labor force and unemployed 12 .Male householder with no wife present, householder not in .labor force 13 .Female householder with no husband present, householder in .labor force, employed or in Armed Forces 14 .Female householder with no husband present, householder in .labor force and unemployed 15 .Female householder with no husband present, householder not in .labor force FACRP 1 Lot size allocation 0 .No 1 .Yes FAGSP 1 Sales of Agricultural Products allocation 0 .No 1 .Yes FBDSP 1 Number of bedrooms allocation 0 .No 1 .Yes FBLDP 1 Units in structure allocation 0 .No 1 .Yes FBUSP 1 Business or medical office on property allocation 0 .No 1 .Yes FCONP 1 Condominium fee allocation 0 .No 1 .Yes FELEP 1 Electricity (monthly cost) allocation 0 .No 1 .Yes FFSP 1 Food stamp amount (yearly amount) allocation 0 .No 1 .Yes FFULP 1 House heating fuel (yearly cost) allocation 0 .No 1 .Yes FGASP 1 Gas (monthly cost) allocation 0 .No 1 .Yes FHFLP 1 House heating fuel allocation 0 .No 1 .Yes FINSP 1 Fire, hazard, flood insurance allocation 0 .No 1 .Yes FKITP 1 Complete kitchen facilities allocation 0 .No 1 .Yes FMHP 1 Mobile home costs allocation 0 .No 1 .Yes FMRGIP 1 Payment include fire, hazard, flood insurance allocation 0 .No 1 .Yes FMRGP 1 Regular mortgage payment allocation 0 .No 1 .Yes FMRGTP 1 Payment include real estate taxes allocation 0 .No 1 .Yes FMRGXP 1 Mortgage status allocation 0 .No 1 .Yes FMVYP 1 When moved into this house or apartment allocation 0 .No 1 .Yes FPLMP 1 Complete plumbing facilities allocation 0 .No 1 .Yes FRMSP 1 Rooms allocation 0 .No 1 .Yes FRNTMP 1 Meals included in rent allocation 0 .No 1 .Yes FRNTP 1 Monthly rent allocation 0 .No 1 .Yes FSMP 1 Second mortgage payment allocation 0 .No 1 .Yes FSMXHP 1 Home equity loan status allocation 0 .No 1 .Yes FSMXSP 1 Second mortgage status allocation 0 .No 1 .Yes FTAXP 1 Taxes on property allocation 0 .No 1 .Yes FTELP 1 Telephones in house allocation 0 .No 1 .Yes FTENP 1 Tenure allocation 0 .No 1 .Yes FVACSP 1 Vacancy status allocation 0 .No 1 .Yes FVALP 1 Value allocation 0 .No 1 .Yes FVEHP 1 Vehicles available by household allocation 0 .No 1 .Yes FWATP 1 Water (yearly cost) allocation 0 .No 1 .Yes FYBLP 1 When structure first built allocation 0 .No 1 .Yes WGTP1 4 Housing Weight replicate 1 0001..9999 .Integer weight of housing unit WGTP2 4 Housing Weight replicate 2 0001..9999 .Integer weight of housing unit WGTP3 4 Housing Weight replicate 3 0001..9999 .Integer weight of housing unit WGTP4 4 Housing Weight replicate 4 0001..9999 .Integer weight of housing unit WGTP5 4 Housing Weight replicate 5 0001..9999 .Integer weight of housing unit WGTP6 4 Housing Weight replicate 6 0001..9999 .Integer weight of housing unit WGTP7 4 Housing Weight replicate 7 0001..9999 .Integer weight of housing unit WGTP8 4 Housing Weight replicate 8 0001..9999 .Integer weight of housing unit WGTP9 4 Housing Weight replicate 9 0001..9999 .Integer weight of housing unit WGTP10 4 Housing Weight replicate 10 0001..9999 .Integer weight of housing unit WGTP11 4 Housing Weight replicate 11 0001..9999 .Integer weight of housing unit WGTP12 4 Housing Weight replicate 12 0001..9999 .Integer weight of housing unit WGTP13 4 Housing Weight replicate 13 0001..9999 .Integer weight of housing unit WGTP14 4 Housing Weight replicate 14 0001..9999 .Integer weight of housing unit WGTP15 4 Housing Weight replica ... Purchase answer to see full attachment

Order your essay today and save 10% with the discount code ESSAYHSELP