?The diagrams provide some information about the housing prices of 5 cities around the world from 1990 to 2000. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant. The two column graphs illustrate the variation and differences in accommodation prices in 5 cities in 2 periods 1990 to 1995 and 1995 to 2000. Overall, while San Francisco and Beijing experienced a long period of stable growth, Rome saw a constant decline; Hong Kong and Sydney were subject to price fluctuations.
With regard to San Francisco and Beijing, the 2 cities witnessed the climb in housing prices over the ten years of the investigation. In the first half of 1990s, this figure rose by 2% in San Francisco and an increase of 4% was recorded in Beijing. In the latter half, both of them saw an increase of 3% and 6% respectively. In terms of housing price in Rome, a drop of average 35% was reflected during the research. However, there were some significant changes in Hong Kong and Sydney. The housing price went up by 4% in the first 5 years, in stark contrast with a plunge of 6% in the following years.
Similarly, a rise of 3% happened to this number in Sydney, against a fall of 2% in the last year of 1990. Graphs below provide the latest figures about the demographics of the United States, including ethnical groups and population, based on the census that was carried out and administered by US Census Bureau in 2006. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant. The table illustrates the variation and differences in US population by racial groups in the 2 years 1996 and 2006. Overall, all numbers in groups were significantly increasing during the research.
Standing at the highest number was always White group, accounting for 167. 2 million in 1996 and 201 million in 2006. Similarly, the maintenance as second highest number was found out in Black group, which constitutes 22. 3 million and 38. 7 million in 1966, 2006 respectively. Meanwhile, a level out at a lowest number happens to the other group, enjoying 0. 5 million and 1. 3 million in the 2 years. However, there was the position exchange between Hispanic and Black. The number of Hispanic citizens jumped to the second largest group in 2006 due to its soar of 36. 2 million (8. 5 to 44. 7). Conversely, the number of Black
citizens dropped the third position because of its small increase of 16. 4 million (22. 3 to 38. 7). The pie graphs show greenhouse gas emissions worldwide in 2002 and the forecast for 2030. The column chart shows carbon dioxide emissions around the world. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant. The 2 pie charts illustrate the changes and differences in the number of gas emissions produced by OECD, transition economies, developing countries. While the bar graph shows CO2 emissions throughout the world by sector in 2002 and prediction for 2030.
With regard to the pie charts, occupying the smallest proportion will be always the figure of emission produced by transition economics, accounting for 10% in 2002 and 9% in 2030. However, this figure in developing countries is expected to jump the highest position in future due to an increase of 10% (38% to 48%). Meanwhile, a drop of 9% will make this number in OECD become the second highest percentage in 2030 (52% to 43%). In terms of worldwide carbon dioxide, industry is forecast to remain the major producer of CO2, rising from more than 6 billion tons to somewhere in the vicinity of 10. 2 billion tons.
The following position is going to be always consumer, which in the future will outnumber itself about 2 to 1 (8. 1 billion tons against 3. 9 billion tons). The third accounting for 2 and 6 billion tons in 2002 and 2030 respectively is predicted to be transportation. Yet other sectors and waste combustion will remain under 2 billion tons, experiencing no significant change. In conclusion, developing countries will overtake OECD countries to become the major carbon dioxide emission producer by 2030. While industry is responsible for the highest amount of carbon dioxide emissions, consumer and transportation experience the greatest increase.
The diagram below shows the life cycle of the butterfly. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant. The process gives information about the life circle of butterfly. Generally, it includes 4 steps. Firstly, the female butterfly lays egg on the plant that are suitable for accommodation and development of caterpillars then in each egg, the embryo develop normally, this period prolongs within 2-3 weeks. Subsequently, the caterpillar will emerge from the eggs. The third step is skin-shedding.
The caterpillars naturally shed their skin become bigger after several times, this stage last about 2 months until the time they are matured enough for pupa stage. Following this, the caterpillars trap themselves in the pupas created within 2 hours. Their lives in the pupas last for about 2 weeks which is called metamorphosis process, in which the pupas in transformed into adult butterfly. Eventually, the butterflies break their cases. This is the end of metamorphosis. And the new butterflies are ready to continue making the natural process.