New York City

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New York City by Mind Map: New York City

1. Females

1.1. 51.5%

2. metro area population

2.1. 18.61 million people

3. Males

3.1. 729,534 47.5%

4. demographics

4.1. the largest city in the USA

5. Transportion

5.1. Subway

5.2. airport

5.3. buses

5.4. Cars

5.5. taxies

6. suitable for business

6.1. Waldorf Astoria & Towers‎

6.2. Inn New york city

6.3. hilton time square

7. International trade

7.1. City of New York is unique among American cities for its large number of foreign corporations

7.2. Since 2000, China has been New York's leading growth market for exports

8. economy of New York City

8.1. largest regional economy in the United States and the second largest city economy in the world after Tokyo

8.2. World Trade Center in New York City

8.3. Wholesale trade sales, 2002 ($1000)

9. Relgions

9.1. Catholics comprise more than 40%

9.2. Protestants are 30%

9.3. Jews 8.4%

9.4. Muslims 3.5%

9.5. Buddhists 1%, and 13% claim no religious affiliation

9.6. New node

10. services

10.1. hotels

10.2. Restaurant

10.3. tours

10.4. Government

10.5. taxes

11. cultures as of 2008

11.1. White persons 73.4%

11.2. Black persons 17.3%

11.3. American Indian and Alaska Native 0.6%

11.4. Asian persons 7.0%

11.5. Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander 0.1%

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13. Fashion in New York City

13.1. All different people live in NYC and all the styles are different. Many women walk the streets of manhatten in the latest dresses costing thousands but there are also students that wear NYU sweatshirts and busnessmen and cab drivers. 8 million people live in the city and a stock broker on the upper east side might wear an armani suit while a plumber in flushing (queens) may not. So it is really a very diverse city and therefore has many fashion senses all in one place

14. Climate

14.1. Winters are typically cold. Temperatures below 0 °F

14.2. Springs are mild, averaging in the 50s °F (10 to 15 °C) in late March to the lower 80s °F (25-30 °C) in early June

14.3. Summers in New York are hot and humid, with temperatures commonly exceeding 90 °F (32 °C), although high temperatures above 100 °F (38 °C) are about as rare as subzero (F) lows in winter

14.4. Autumns are comfortable in New York and similar to spring in temperature

14.5. Temperature records have been set as high as 106 °F (41 °C)on July 9, 1936

14.6. Average Temperature in new york 25 °C

15. jessica comments

15.1. why is there nothing? lol

15.2. what are the clothing that people in newyork like???

15.3. pretty good. except the few things that are missing