# Calculating Statistical Values from Australian Department of Transport on Road Deaths in 2008

Question

Road fatalities are a major concern to many governments, including the Australian. Road accidents not only cause driver fatalities, but also the death of many road users such as passengers in vehicles, pedestrians, motorcyclists and cyclists. The following table presents data in 2008 for the number of deaths due to road accidents by road user groups for each state and territory. Using descriptive statistical tools, analyse the data by each state and all road users; and by user groups and all states.

Summary

These questions belong to Statistics and it is about analyzing the data from Australian Department of Transport report on road deaths in 2008. From the given data various statistical values have been calculated, such as mean, median, standard error, standard deviation, range, maximum and minimum, etc in the solution.

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