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  • Arjun

    August 18, 2021 at 4:33 PM

    Hi Falak!

    Here is my first writing task 1:-

    The bar chart illustrates the information in percentage wise about how often people ate food at fast food restaurants in America from 2003 to 2013.

    Overall, people in US preferred to go in restaurants usually once a week or twice a month. However, the were less people as well who went to restaurant every day or never visited. Also, chart shows the average number of people who used to eat outside several times a week or a few times a year.

    In 2003, people began visiting to restaurants everyday was about 4%, but the trend increased by around 13% for those who liked to eat several times a week. Once a week category was the highest among all the years when people loved to go outside to ate fast food, almost to 33%. Similarly, people who went once or twice a month to restaurants is around the same in percentage of 30%. Moreover, near 13% of people visited restaurants a few times a year. Whereas there is a count for those people as well, who didn’t go ate in restaurants, never.

    The years 2006 and 2013 have been same in few categories for people. Like, people who used to go everyday or who never went to a restaurant is same in percentage for both years (i.e., around 3% and 4% respectively). Likewise, exact 15% were those who ate a few times a year in both the years, 2006 and 2013. However, the percentage of people in year 2006 and 2013 went upwards at peak of 33%, which was identical for people who liked to go restaurants once a week or twice a month. Lastly, the percentage in 2013 ( around 18%) is more than in 2006 ( 25%) in comparison of people who visited once a week or twice a month.

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