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Part 1 1) Vermont had the highest percent of low-income children aged 2 to less than 5 years who are obese. The percentage value of low-income children aged 2 to less than 5 years who are obese...

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Part 1
1) Vermont had the highest percent of low-income children aged 2 to less than 5 years who are obese. The percentage value of low-income children aged 2 to less than 5 years who are obese corresponding to Vermont is .21%.

2) Texas had the highest sample size being 447015.

3) Total sample size for all in United States = 3,480,880.
Sample size by tribes in United States = 14,104.
Percent of the total sample size was represented by tribes in the United States = .41%.

Part 2
1) States, Territories, and Tribes are illustrated on this map.

2) Vermont had the highest percent of low-income children aged 2 to less than 5 years who are obese. Texas has the lowest percent of low-income children aged 2 to less than 5 years who are obese.

 

Answered Same DayOct 12, 2019

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David answered on Nov 30 2019
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Percent of low income children aged 2 years to 5 years who have obesity †
The presentation analyses the percentage of low income children of different states who have obesity
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Data (Part 1)
                    
    Geography location    Location     Value     Sample Size    Percentage (%)
    National    National    14.4    3,480,880    0.0004%
    Te
itories    Puerto Rico    18    89,879    0.0200%
        Virgin Islands    11.1    2,578    0.4306%
    Tribes    Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe-SD    20.7    406    5.0985%
        Choctaw-MS    21.2    471    4.5011%
        Inter Tribal Council of Arizona    24    6,146    0.3905%
        Navajo Nation    18.4    5,749    0.3201%
        Rosebud Sioux Tribe–SD    22.5    710    3.1690%
        Standing Rock Sioux Tribe–ND    23    465    4.9462%
        Three Affiliated Tribes–ND    31.8    157    20.2548%
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Footnotes †Obese is defined as body mass index (BMI)-for-age and sex = 95th percentile based on the 2000 CDC growth chart; BMI was calculated from measured weight and height (weight [kg]/ height [m²]). Subjects with unknown or e
ors in their record were excluded.^Data not available because sample size is insufficient or data not reported. Notes Low-income is defined as U.S. children who attend federally-funded maternal and child health and nutrition programs, including the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC), Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnosis, and Title V Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Program. National includes all contributors in a given year. Contributors can change from year to year. Estimates for states, tribes, or te
itories are not available in a given year if the group did not particpate in the system, did not ask the relevant question, or the sample size is not sufficient in that year. 2004-2011 trends by race/ethnicity are affected by the juncture at which contributors implemented the 1997 Office of Management and Budget standards for race/ethnicity data collection and reporting. These standards permitted the reporting of multiple races for the first time and affected how ethnicity data (Hispanic/non Hispanic) were reported. Data Source Pediatric Nutrition Surveillance System
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Data (Geographical Location: States)
    Location     Value     Sample Size    Percentage (%)
    Alabama    14.2    67,403    0.0211%
    Arizona    14.5    86,763    0.0167%
    Arkansas    14.2    42,626    0.0333%
    California    16.8    262,637    0.0064%
    Colorado    10    27,529    0.0363%
    Connecticut    15.9    27,793    0.0572%
    District of...
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