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The given line graphs educate us with the Demand for Steel and the Number of labourers employed for the year 2010.
Overall, these graphs show us the trends in the steel industry which started on a high at beginning of the year. There were regular ups & downs throughout the year later concluding the year with a low.
During the start of the year Amount produced was 4000 million tonnes and was climbing steadily. Employees were increasing slowly at 10% for the first 2 months starting at 5000. In the next 2 months the number of workers showed a steep decline to 3000, impacting the amount manufactured. By the mid of the year there was a gradual increase in the demand of 55%. Even though the worker count was reduced by 50% the production was always higher.
By the end of the year, the demand came back to where it was at the start of the year; 2000 million tonnes, but the amount manufactured and the number of workers saw a drastic decline of 77% and 81% respectively.