Homelessness in the USA
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How many empty houses are available for each homeless American? The blurredout # in the lowerleft causes obsession w/question.



Is the number of empty houses greater than or equal to the number of homeless Americans?


How many homeless people would have to occupy each house for there to be enough houses for each homeless person?


Do we have enough empty houses to put a roof over the head of every homeless person?




Are the locations of the houses in the same places where the homeless people are?




How many houses would still be empty even if every homeless person found a home?









Does the ratio of houses shown to person shown equal to the actual number of empty houses to homeless people?




If our school represented this information, how many of us are homeless? What aren't the empty houses being used?






How many homeless people per empty house? How many bedrooms per empty house? How many homeless people per empty house bedroom?


Is the ratio of homeless to empty homes higher in cities or in the country?


If all houses in America were occupied, what would be the new homeless rate?





Does this stat include houses that are only empty for a month or two inbetween buyers?






How do the pictures (houses and person) mathematically relate to the data at the top? 1:7 and 1:402



How many American Houses are there? Is 1/7 of those houses more than 1/402 of the population of America?


Could those homeless people live in those empty houses? Would we need more housing?
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