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@Alex B: It is the responsibility of the writer to define the terms so that the reader can reproduce the data.

There is some funny math going on here. Apparently the number of "households" -- however it is defined -- is not the what is shown in the table. Your point does not change how "average" is defined, so regardless of how "household" is defined, the average household size is a straightforward calculation.

In either case, the bad arithmetic greatly undermines any arguments from the Office of Planning.

by goldfish on Jan 3, 2013 3:27 pm • linkreport

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