Standardization of death rates Complete the table. Be sure to use a calculator that can handle large numbers. Otherwise the calculations will not come out correctly. Round the percentage of populations to whole numbers; Carry the Age-Specific Death rate per 1000 out to 2 places past the decimal point. Complete all answers in blue. (20 points) 1. Table 1 INDIANA ALASKA Age in years Deaths Pop % of pop Age specific Death rate per 1000 Age in years Deaths Pop % of pop Age specific Death rate per 1000 <15 1123 1 225 861 21.66% 0.92 <15 154 161 191 28.73% 0.96 15-44 3432 2 617 313 46.24% 1.31 15-44 518 279 918 49.90% 1.85 45-64 tables what can you conclude about these two populations whose age-adjusted death rates are about the same but the crude death rate of one is much higher than the crude death rate of the other? (10 points) From the results obtained from the two populations it can be concluded that the age specific death rates are similar since the age-adjusted death rates are about the same after being standardized to a common base. What important information do these tables provide to public health professionals? (10 points) The important information provided by the tables to public health professionals is the health status of the populations. The tables also provides information on how health problems are distributed demographically. [...]
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