* There is an increase in the number of bed-wetters in Lena’s class * An increase is seen in the number of bed-wetters in Lena’s class * Lena’s class sees an increase in the number of bed-wetters * The number of bed-wetters in Lena’s class sees an increase AN EXAMPLE OF THE LINE GRAPH
* THE LINE GRAPH ILLUSTRATES THE UNEMPLOYMENT RATE IN THE US AND JAPAN DURING THE PERIOD FROM 1993 TO 1999. * OVERALL, WHILE THERE WAS A DOWNWARD TREND IN THE RATE OF US UNEMPLOYMENT, AN UPWARD TREND WAS SEEN IN THAT OF JAPAN. * TO CLARIFY, THE PERCENTAGE/PROPORTION/RATIO OF JOBLESSNESS DECLINED SIGNIFICANTLY FROM 7%, THE HIGHEST POINT IN MARCH 1993 TO ABOUT 5% IN 1996, FOLLOWED BY A STABLE TREND IN THE FINAL YEAR * MEANWHILE, JAPAN’S UNEMPLOYMENT FIGURE INCREASED CONSIDERABLY FROM THE LOWEST POINT OF 2.5% IN 1993 TO A PEAK OF OVER 5% IN 1998, BEFORE REMAINING QUITE THE SAME IN THE LAST YEAR. * INTERESTINGLY, ONLY IN MARCH 1998 DID BOTH NATIONS MEET EACH OTHER, AND SINCE THEN, THEY STABILIZED AT MORE OR LESS 5%
AN EXAMPLE OF TABLE IN THE FORMAT OF A LINE GRAPH
* The table shows the average number of cars using three roads outside the city in period from 1993 to 2002. * In general, although the number of cars in three roads experienced an unstable trend, they ended the period with an upward trend. * Specifically, after a noticeable rise to a peak of 915 cars within the first six years, Harper Lane illustrated a dramatic decline to about 200 cars in the next year and then remained unchanged in final years. However, the figure in Great York Way fluctuated between 600 and 700 cars from 1993 to 1998, followed by an increase to the highest point of 911 in the following year and then a stable trend in the last years. Interestingly, only in Long Lane did the figure rise continuously from the lowest point of 400 in the first year to a peak of 1400 in 2002, except for the year 1997. * In brief, it was the appearance of traffic...
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