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  • Gnanaprakash

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    June 30, 2021 at 9:34 PM
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    This essay illustrates about the amount of fuel spent by the three classes namely the poor, middle-income and richest of the society in comparison with their income percentage.

    In the United Kingdom, the trend looks like the poor consume less fuel burning about 0.5% of their income. Whereas the in the United states the rich use less fuel spending about 3.5% of their respective incomes. Also the highest amount of fuel is spent by both the poor and middle-income in the United Kingdom and in the United States it is the poor who consume more fuel about 4% of their income.

    Overall, In the United kingdom the percent of income spent by the middle-income and the richest ranges from 2.5 to 3.5. Anyway both the United Kingdom and United states middle-income and rich class spend about 3.5% of their income on fuel at a point of time.

    In Conclusion, the United kingdom followed an upward trend and the United States the downward trend in fuel consumption with respect to their social class.

  • shubham

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    June 30, 2021 at 9:39 PM
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    The line graph illustrates information about the money spent by the different sections of society(poorest, middle-income, richest) on fuel in the United States and the United Kingdom.

    Overall, it is evident that in the UK poor people spent the least amount of money on fuel & the richest spent the highest amount of their income on fuel. However, In the United States poorest section of society spent the huge proportion of their income on fuel, whereas the richest spent the least amount of their income on fuel. Moreover, In both the countries middle class people spent the intermediate amount of their income on fuel.

    In the US, there was a rapid surge in percent of income spent on fuel by the poor people. The percent of income spent on fuel rose from about 4% to just above 5%.However,it decreased gradually after after that. Furthermore, for middle class section of society there was a decreasing trend in the amount of income spent on fuel. It decreased drastically from about 5% to around 3.5%.However,for the rich people there was a rapid decline in the proportion of money spent. It decreased from about 3.5% to approximately 2%.

    In the UK, there was a rapid rise in proportion of money spent on fuel by poor people. The percentage of income spent on fuel escalated from around 0.5% to 2.5%.Moreover,for the middle-income people the amount of money spent on fuel rose steadily from around 2% to 4%.Also,for the richest section of the society the proportion of income spent on fuel moved at a steady pace initially, but it showed a drastic decline from around 3.5% to 2%.

  • Arjun

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    July 1, 2021 at 7:51 PM
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    The graph illustrates the amount of fuel used in UK and USA as percentage-wise by the three categories of people which are poorest, middle-income and richest.

    In United Kingdom, almost 0.5% of income spent by poor people spent on fuel which is least in the graph. Whereas people used around 3.5% of their money on fuel in United States, which has touched highest at around 5.5%. Coming to Middle-income class, people from both the countries spend an average income on fuel which ranges between around 2.5% and 5%. And, at one point UK and America were on the same percentage of almost 3.5% in terms of fuel consumption.

    However, richest people of Britain and US spent around the same amount of money on fuel i.e., around 3.5% by going up and down in UK and decreasing in US.

    Overall, it looks like that United Kingdom followed an upward trend and United States followed the downward trend in case of consuming a fuel.

  • Dhaval

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    July 1, 2021 at 8:05 PM

    The Line chart shows the spending tread on fuel charges amongst various income class people in two countries The United States & United Kingdom.

    Overall, the percentage of spending in the United States experienced a downward trend, while it showed an increasing trend in the United Kingdom. Both the countries showed fluctuation. Although the United Kingdom initially had a lower rate, it outraced the United States at the end of the period.

    United State’s Fule spending rate was at around 4%, which rose to around 5.5% with the increase of their income. Then, the percentage showed a gradual decrement from around 5% to 4% for middle class people. The trend declined steadily for the rich people, reaching around 2.5% by the end of the period.

    The percentage of spend in United Kingdom was at around 0.5% in poorest people which was the lowest. Then it increased sharply to around 3.5% for the middle income people. After it continued to increase gradually to rose to around 4%. Then it declined dramatically & reduced to around 3% for the richest people.

  • siddanth

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    July 7, 2021 at 8:17 PM
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    The graph illustrates detailed information about the proportion of expenditure on the petrol of people from the UK and the USA among the three classes.

    Overall, it is evident that in the UK poor people spent the least amount of money on fuel & the richest spent the highest amount of their income on fuel. However, In the United States poorest section of society spent the huge proportion of their income on fuel, whereas the richest spent the least amount of their income on fuel. Moreover, In both the countries middle class people spent the intermediate amount of their income on fuel.

    In the US, they percentage of income spent on fuel by poor people increase from 4% to 5%. however there was downward trend after that . Furthermore for middle class section there was consistently downward trend observed with respect to money spent on fuel. however ,for the rich and affluent class there was rapid decline from 3.5 % to close to 2%.

    n the UK, there was a rapid increase in proportion of money spent on fuel by poor people. The percentage of income spent on fuel increased from around 0.5% to 2.5%.For the middle class people the trend rose steadily regarding money spent on fuel from around 2% to 4%.Also,for the richest section of the society the proportion of income spent on fuel moved at a steady pace initially, but it showed a drastic decline from around 3.5% to 2%.

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