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The bar graph illustrates the levels of sugars in seven various types of foods. It is immediately apparent that the chocolate bar contains maximum levels of sugars, while ketchup accounted for the least

To begin, just over one third of sugar is present in chocolate bar, closely followed by chocolate cake and soda at just over and just under a third respectively. Approximately one fifth sugar is present in ice cream, while crackers contain only approximately one out of ten. Finally, the sugar levels in ketchup and butter accounts for in the range of nearly 9%

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The above stated line graph illustrates the relationship of sales which is in US dollars with ten years period of different European countries over the spending on books. To begin, steady growth is observed in France, Italy and Austria during 1995 till 2005. However, in the initial period Germany dipped but later on Germany is the country who spends significant money on the books year by year. Overall, Germany is leading the spending as compare with rest of the countries.

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The line graph illustrates the consumption of three types of fast food by Australian teenagers. Although the consumption of fish and chips were the highest in 1975, there was significant drop to 38 times in the year 2000. In contrast, consumption of hamburgers grew by almost 90 times during this period. Finally, pizza was the lowest consumed fast food but after the year 1991 , it is the second highest consumed fast food standing at 83 times year during the past 10 years.

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