Human Development Index of China, Korea and Indonesia

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Human development index of China, Korea and Indonesia| August 22 2011
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This report presents an analysis of the relation between economic development and the literacy level in the above named countries of the Asian continent.| Report by …………|

ABSTRACT:
This report, presents an analysis of the relationship which exists between the National income, Literacy level, the use of contraceptives and the birthrates in different Asian economies. A research was carried out from the documented information after which detailed analysis was done before coming up with the generalizations and the conclusions of the research. The data used in this work was derived from statistics done by the authoritative organizations including the Australian English Institute (AEI), World Bank and the worldfacts.

Table of Contents
Contents: Page no.
1) Cover page i.
2) Abstract ii.
3) Table of contentiii.
4) Introduction1
An analysis of the relationship between Literacy rate and National Income 5) Visual presentation of the Data using tables2
6) Analysis of data with Mathematical processing4
7) Findings from the data collected 6
8) Conclusion 8
9) Recommendations 9
10) Bibliography10
11) Appendices11

INTRODUCTION
Data for the past 20 years (1990-2010) for China, Indonesia and Korea on Literacy rates and the National Income was used in this research. I have analyzed the relationship between National income and literacy rates in each country. I have done my illustrations with the help of line graphs and Pearson’s correlation to give a visual demonstration of the data and also to provide better comparison of the collected data from the different countries. I have used null hypothesis to check on the relationship between data used in the study. AIMS

This research is meant to identify:
Identify the extent to which the level of national income of a country influences the literacy rates of the citizens of that country. The hypothesis statement is that, `the literacy rate of a country is affected by the par capita income of a country’.

DATA PRESENTATION
Year| China(USD $)| Indonesia(USD $)| Korea(USD $)| 1990| 15,368,862,122,239| 3,654,597,237,967| 2,682,503,671,681| 1991| 15,652,763,094,807| 3,999,706,288,612| 2,740,825,771,579| 1992| 16,567,891,465,804| 4,592,587,400,364| 2,938,259,263,500| 1993| 17,511,372,199,131| 5,203,034,836,772| 2,969,007,122,447| 1994| 18,776,959,936,390| 5,915,416,498,199| 3,073,879,909,103| 1995| 20,078,665,226,552| 6,528,439,988,307| 3,283,149,982,503| 1996| 21,304,815,235,275| 7,245,677,494,510| 3,416,106,672,255| 1997| 22,395,473,791,758| 7,961,417,032,469| 3,439,227,628,783| 1998| 23,922,286,515,507| 8,639,341,265,033| 3,622,218,116,912| 1999| 25,400,807,816,450| 9,160,149,889,736| 3,714,208,110,916| 2000| 26,540,851,297,264| 9,800,092,779,209| 3,778,152,000,000| 2001| 27,742,586,331,259| 10,628,396,458,913| 3,813,412,390,775| 2002| 28,342,214,963,557| 11,350,530,119,510| 4,004,081,892,811| 2003| 31,016,510,754,278| 12,500,091,857,892| 4,217,798,575,136| 2004| 33,091,914,500,283| 13,847,521,578,985| 4,466,940,263,858| 2005| 36,396,153,701,366| 15,454,454,346,408| 4,769,426,637,815| 2006| 40,111,707,518,043| 17,328,200,073,658| 4,959,787,267,212| 2007| 43,921,274,107,446| 19,707,694,975,092| 5,215,801,307,255| 2008| 46,921,685,744,340| 21,092,117,733,332| 5,627,921,509,488| 2009| 50,142,934,252,609| 23,855,542,143,893| 5,511,929,329,452|

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2010| 54,541,796,665,192| 27,454,317,555,428| 5,110,625,739,650| Table 1: National Income: Gross national income expressed in USD *Source: World Bank, Asian Development Bank

Table 2: Literacy Rate: The table of percentages of literate citizens of the four...
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