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bar graph describing categories

The given bar graph enumerates the percentage of money spent on three categories by British of various ages in 2004. Overall it is clear that total spending on food and drinks had the highest numbers, regardless of age, whilst the expenditure on restaurants and hotels along with entertainment oscillated considerably with significant differences in groups consisting of older people.
It could be plainly viewed that all three categories were comparably similar in groups of people under 60, except for young adults and their substantial interest in a Restaurant and Hotel category with a percentage of almost 15. Furthermore, the UK population under 60 tended to acquire a moderately sequential growth without compelling vacillations, not extending a 15% barrier nor sliding to a 5% lower bound.
As can be noticeable, in terms of people aged 61 and above, Entertainment experienced a 10% leap in comparison to a 46-60 group, although Restaurant and Hotel category deteriorated by roughly the same percentage, conceiving an extensive contrast of approximately 15%. Additionally, UK residents aged 76 and above encountered a slight change of preferences: the expenditure on Food and Drink had an upward tendency, hence outstripping alternative categories such as Restaurant and Hotel, Entertainment by 15% and 10% respectively, and in the interim aligning with Entertainment among people aged 61-75.
The
given
bar graph enumerates the percentage of money spent on three categories by British of various ages in 2004.
Overall
it is
clear
that total spending on food and drinks had the highest numbers, regardless of age, whilst the expenditure on restaurants and hotels along with entertainment oscillated
considerably
with significant differences in groups consisting of older
people
.

It could be
plainly
viewed that all three categories were
comparably
similar in groups of people under 60,
except for
young adults and their substantial interest in a Restaurant and Hotel category with a percentage of almost 15.
Furthermore
, the UK population under 60 tended to acquire a
moderately
sequential growth without compelling vacillations, not extending a 15% barrier nor sliding to a 5% lower bound.

As can be noticeable, in terms of people aged 61 and above, Entertainment experienced a 10% leap
in comparison
to a 46-60 group, although Restaurant and Hotel category deteriorated by roughly the same percentage, conceiving an extensive contrast of approximately 15%.
Additionally
, UK residents aged 76 and above encountered a slight
change
of preferences: the expenditure on Food and Drink had an upward tendency,
hence
outstripping alternative categories such as Restaurant and Hotel, Entertainment by 15% and 10%
respectively
, and in the interim aligning with Entertainment among people aged 61-75.

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