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This post is meant for IELTS; Academic Moduler, Task-One, Data elaboration from Pie Charts, Bar Charts and Line Graphs.

Pie-Chart Americans Spending Pattern

This pie chart tells us about how Americans spend their money. The total expenditure is $1.2 trillion,

divided into eleven categories. The highest percentage is spent on food, drink, tobacco: 23 cents in every

dollar. Housing and household operations accounted for 15 cents each, followed by transportation with

13 cents. Medical care, clothing and jewellery, and recreation ranged from 9 to 7 cents 5% of the total

was spent on personal business while only 2% was spent on personal education and research.

At the bottom end were personal care, foreign tours, religious and welfare activities towards which

1% is spent.

This chart shows that over half of the money spent by Americans was in consumer durables such as

food, drinks and homes and house maintenance. If we include transport then 63 cents in every dollar

was spent in these aeas.

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This post is meant for IELTS Academic Module Task one. Elaborating data from Pie Charts, Bar Graphs and Line Graphs.

Line Graph – Spending Pattern of Americans

 

 

 

This Line Graph tells us about how Americans spend their money. The total expenditure is $1.2 trillion,

 

 

divided into eleven categories. The highest percentage is spent on food, drink, tobacco: 23 cents in every

dollar. Housing and household operations accounted for 15 cents each, followed by transportation with

13 cents. Medical care, clothing and jewellery, and recreation ranged from 9 to 7 cents 5% of the total

was spent on personal business while only 2% was spent on personal education and research.

At the bottom end were personal care, foreign tours, religious and welfare activities towards which

1% is spent.

This chart shows that over half of the money spent by Americans was in consumer durables such as

food, drinks and homes and house maintenance. If we include transport then 63 cents in every dollar

was spent in these aeas.

 

 

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