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The problem you must solve is: Answer each of the following questions in your own words. Do not copy and paste or retype the questions themselves into your document, as this will cause unreliable results at Simply provide the answers, in complete sentences. Refer to this data on the U.S. Nursing Workforce from a report from the Department of Health and Human Services. 1. What percentage of states has fewer than 850 registered nurses per 100,000 in population? Does the collection of states represented by this percentage generally represent a specific region of the country? If so, which region might this be; if not, why not? 2. How many states have a number of registered nurses per 100,000 in their workforce in the range of 800-1035? 3. According to Census 2000 and ACS 08-10, which age range has the lowest number of registered nurses working? 4. According to Census 2000 and ACS 08-10, approximately what percentage of the registered nursing workforce is 36-50 years old? 5. In which setting(s) did the estimated number of registered nurses experience a decrease? 6. Overall, how do the graphs of the age distributions for the RN workforce and the LPN workforce compare? 7. Describe 2 additional pieces of information that you can read from the data displays


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