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The line graphs below show the production and demand for steel in million tonnes and the number of workers employed in the steel industry in the UK in 2010.
Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
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The line graphs illustrate the production and demand for steel in million tonnes and the number of workers employed in the steel industry in the UK in 2010.
Demand for steel in January was 2000 million tonnes whereas, the amount produced was twice the number. A rise is seen in demand and production of steel by 1000 million tonnes in April. Although the demand for steel has fluctuating outcomes such as incline between April and August, a drop in August, the amount of steel produced remained steady and then declined in August. After a spike in the months between August and December by roughly 1000 million tonnes in demand and 2000 million tonnes of production, a dramatic drop is seen in the amount of steel produced from 5000 million tonnes to 1000 million tonnes. A slight drop in demand for steel is also seen from 2500 million tonnes to 0 million tonnes by September. But it exceeds to 2000 million tonnes by December.
On the other hand, the number of workers employed remains as high as 5000 to as low as 1000 in January and December respectively. Between January to December, a sharp fall of workers is seen in March(nearly) from 5500 to 3000 and remained saturated throughout April. From April to August a fluctuation can be seen in the number and by August the number of workers employed reached nearly 3500. By December, a recession is seen from 3500 to 1000 workers employed which was the lowest in the year.
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The line graphs depict the production and demand for steel in million tonnes and the number of workers employed in the steel industry in the UK in 2010 from January to December.
Overall, both demand and production were declined at the end of the year and employment rate of number of workers was sharply fall in April.
Looking in details, production of steel in January was 4000 million tonnes whereas demand was only 2000 miilion tonnes. Production was a high increase in prodction in one month and reached to 5000 million tonnes. after that there was a fall in production and back to 4000 million tonnes in March which remained steady till July. Moreover, tremendous decline was observed from September to December which was 5000 to 1000 million tones respectively. Whereas demand was fluactating thoughout the year which was 2000 to 3000 million tonnes except the month of November where demand became zero.
On the otherhand, number of workers employed in the month of January were 5000 which were slightly increased in February and after that there was sharp fall to 3000 till march. this number reamined static till May and again a bit upward and downward trends were observed and reached almost 3500 in august. Employees were decresed gradually and fell down to 1000 in December.
AdministratorNovember 17, 2021 at 11:21 AM280 Network PointsActivity Points 6970
both demand and production were declined at the end of the year (demand was not dropped at the end of the year rather caught the same amount as it was in the very beginning)
sharply fall (fell)
. Production was a high increase in prodction in one month (Amount of production showed an increment of 1000 million tones in one month)
this (This) number reamined static (remained)
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MemberNovember 24, 2021 at 4:09 PM120 Network PointsActivity Points 730
The given line graphs illustrate the production and market of steel in million tonnes in the UK for the year 2010 and the number of labourers involved in its manufacturing in the same year.
Overall, there are marked fluctuations in the demand for steel throughout the year while its production showed both increasing and decreasing trend towards the beginning and end of the year but remained steady in between. The number of labourers involved also was fluctuating.
With regard to demand and supply of steel, both of them showed increasing trend in january with production (4000 million tonnes) starting from the double of demand( 2000 million tonnes) increased by 25% to reach 5000 million tonnes whereas, the market was increasing slowly to hit 3000 million tonnes by march. Thereafter, the production remained steady at 4000 million tonnes until end of july only to decline by a quarter during next month and to again fluctuated with a heavy drop towards the end of the year(1000 million tonnes).
While, the necessity for steel had fluctuations round the year, averaging above 2000 million tonnes suddenly dropped to nil in november only to regain demand next month.
The supply of labourers also fluctuated with increasing initially to above 5 million in january to decline sharply by March(3 million) and to further remain steady until august and thereafter declined to 1 million by the end of the year.
MemberNovember 25, 2021 at 5:08 PM120 Network PointsActivity Points 730
The given line graphs illustrate the production and actual needs of steel in million tonnes in the UK for the year 2010 and the number of labourers involved in thousands for its manufacturing in the same year.
Overall, steel produced in UK was relatively higher than actual demand over the whole year except the month of December. Whereas, the data of workers was significantly declined by the end of the year.
With regard to demand and supply of steel, both of them showed increasing trend in January. Production started from 4000 million tonnes to reach 5000 million tonnes in the initial months , that is a 25% rise , while demand was increasing but slowly to reach a value of 3000 million tonnes by March. Thereafter, the production remained steady at 4000 million tonnes until the end of July and then sharply declined at the end of the year to 1000 million tonnes before fluctuating in between. While, the demand for steel suddenly dropped to nil in November, before regaining demand next month.
The number of labourers employed in steel manufacturing had a decreasing trend starting form 5000 in the start of the year. The data showed significant decrease in march from 5500 to 3000, thereafter fluctuating around 3000 for next 6 months before dropping to 1000 in December.
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1000 million tonnes before (after) fluctuating in between
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AdministratorNovember 28, 2021 at 11:27 PM280 Network PointsActivity Points 6970
Introduction needs to be paraphrased, avoid copying the question sentence as it is.
Overall should be the overview of graph , short and crisp ; not as detailed you have given
Follow the structure of task-1 as discussed in class , grammar slips have been observed , which can be improved while proof reading. Though the usage of adjective and adverbs is appreciated .
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The line graphs illustrate the manufacture and need for steel in million tonnes and the quantity of employees employed in the steel industry in the United Kingdom in 2010.
Overall,amount of steel production was higher than actual demand employed throughout the months except when it came closer to December. And number of workers employed at the beginning were higher than the end of the year.
According to the first graph , quantity of metal began from 4000 million tonnes in January which was double than in demand . and was steady until August than it goes up to almost 5000 million tonnes closer to September , then dramatically decline in December .While Actual demand fell down to 0 at the end of November , but in December rose to 2000 million tonnes .
The second line graph despict that number of workers were increasing in the beginning of the year from 5000 and drastically fell down in May and continue to dropped through the months and declined the volume of workers to 1000 in December.
AdministratorNovember 29, 2021 at 3:41 PM280 Network PointsActivity Points 6970
And number of workers employed at the beginning were (was) higher
quantity of metal (production) began from 4000 million tonnes
until August than (then) it goes (went/soared) up to almost 5000 million tonnes closer
, then dramatically decline (declined) in December .
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