# Analyzing Problems: Application of Techniques Part II

Chapter 14: Analyzing Problems: Application of Techniques Part II

Test Bank

Multiple Choice

1.    The type of hotspot identification in which graduated-size mapping is used to visually determine areas of concentration.

1. Grid mapping
2. Manual method
4. Ellipses
5. Density mapping

2.    The type of hotspot identification in which polygons are shaded using statistical classifications.

1. Grid mapping
2. Manual method
4. Ellipses
5. Density mapping

3.    The type of hotspot identification in which graduated color maps are used with statistical classifications and standard-sized areas.

1. Grid mapping
2. Manual method
4. Ellipses
5. Density mapping

4.    The type of hotspot identification in which a closed curve that is formed from two foci is used to illustrate clusters of incidents.

1. Grid mapping
2. Manual method
4. Ellipses
5. Density mapping

5.    In this type of mapping, analysts use point data to shade surfaces that are not limited to area boundaries but according to the concentration of incidents in particular areas.

1. Buffers
3. Chart mapping
4. Density mapping

6.    A type of hot spot in which the incident locations within the hot spot are spread throughout the hot spot area but are more concentrated than incidents in other areas.

1. Dispersed hot spot
2. Clustered hot spot
3. Hot point
4. Focused hot spot

7.    Auto thefts occurring throughout a commercial district, and the area itself has more thefts than other areas is an example of a:

1. Dispersed hot spot
2. Clustered hot spot
3. Hot point
4. Focused hot spot

8.    Auto thefts occurring throughout a commercial district, but the mall has a cluster of incidents is an example of a:

1. Dispersed hot spot
2. Clustered hot spot
3. Hot point
4. Focused hot spot

9.    A type of hot spot in which the incidents occur at one particular place.

1. Dispersed hot spot
2. Clustered hot spot
3. Hot point
4. Focused hot spot

10. Using the 80/20 rule to interpret this table, we can say that:

1. 22.35% of the crime happens at 12.5% of the addresses
2. 42.50% of the crime happens at 25.00% of the addresses
3. 44.08% of the crime happens at 17.5% of the addresses
4. 17.5% of the crime happens at 44.08% of the addresses

11. Using the following table, what is the percentage of targets that have suffered multiple burglaries?

1. 19.95%
2. 37.50%
3. 62.50%
4. 93.32%

12. Using the following table, what is the percentage of offenses that occurred at repeat targets?

1. 19.95%
2. 37.50%
3. 62.50%
4. 93.32%

13. In the example of public urination at an outdoor concert because of lack of port-o-potties, lack of port-o-potties is what type of facilitator of the problem:

1. Physical
2. Social
3. Chemical
4. Natural

14. In the example of a bar with a sexual assault problem encouraging women to dress provocative, these policies are what type of facilitator of the problem:

1. Physical
2. Social
3. Chemical
4. Natural

15. In the example of burglars being drunk or high before they commit their crime, alcohol and drugs are what type of facilitator:

1. Physical
2. Social
3. Chemical
4. Natural

Answer the following questions using this table.

16. The top ten businesses account for what percentage of incidents?