In my Organizational Systems and Models class, I developed an equation to examine the content of a certain statistic I did research on. So I developed a math problem to explain the statistics I studied to better understand how to organize a system of data.
The issue proposed in the artifact of death rates by suicide in the United States and in Japan, by 100,000 people, is based on the affecting variable: psychiatrists by 1 person of 100,000 people with some tangent in the diagnosis of mood disorders. By which there are 220,000 people who committed suicide in the United States and 500,000 people who committed suicide in Japan.
The independent factor that compliments the rate of deaths per country is proceeded by a diagnoses that seems to have little affect on the amount of suicides. This means of all eight countries, there are four countries with >10% diagnosed mood disorders out of 2 different approximate wholes of people who committed suicides: ~220,000 and ~500,000 victims. For the diagnosis of mood disorders per 100,000 people who committed suicide; there is 9% of ~220,000 people in the United states, and 4.5% of 500,000 people in Japan.
The main co-factor dependent for the amount of suicides per country is primarily the amount of 1 psychiatrist accessed per 1 person by 100,000 people who committed suicide in certain populations.This is the break-down of these variables seen per country out of 2 different countries of interest: In the United States there are ~120,000 psychiatrists for ~220,000 people who committed suicide = 57% of suicide victims had a psychiatrist. In Japan there are ~70,000 psychiatrists for 500,000 people who committed suicide = 14% of suicide victims had a psychiatrist.
In summary, based on the amount of suicide victims in each country, we see Japan has 280,000 more suicide victims than the United states: that’s a 56% more victims than the U.S. Given the United states has 50,000 more psychiatrists than Japan for its 220,000 victims (that’s 280,000 suicide victims less than Japan’s 500,000 victims), that means the United States has 58% more psychological care for its victims than Japan does and has less victims in total. Therefore, the more psychological care is offered, the less suicide outcomes occur. The mood disorders increase based on the required attention needed to receive a psychiatrist, which is why there are more psychiatrists per suicide victim who had a mood disorder; who actually committed suicide. In Japan, there are less mood disorders and less psychiatrists but more suicide victims.