Usually the ''homework'' we get to do in uni is ''self study''- reading in preparation for a lecture and learning on your own. Nothing new here!
But sometimes we get some problems or assignments to do in addition to reading. For instance I'm supposed to be doing my homework right now, instead of wasting my time here, but I just found it interesting and thought I might share.
Here is the first part of the statistics question- Calculate the proportion of childless in the group of all 20-29 year old females in Denmark.
All my calculations appear blue and provided data appears black. See pic below! My question here is not that how to calculate this or that, but rather who are these 2269 beings (look at the conclusion)??? If the total population is 327417 and we know that 68748 of them are mothers and 256400 are childless women, then what about the rest of them (327417-256400-68748=2269)? This is the question I'm stuck on! I have lived in Denmark for a while, but I haven't even heard about them...