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The following tables depict the reliability of print and non-print academic materials as voiced by undergraduates and postgraduates at 3 different British universities.
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___________Insert your sentence here!____________ . Consumption for all countries varied between 1800 and 3350 calories and the differences seen do not appear to be sensitive to continent. Perhaps not surprisingly, the country with the highest caloric intake was the United States, with a staggering 3350 calories consumed per day on average. Not far behind was New Zealand, where people consumed about 3200 calories per day during the year in question. Intakes for Spain and Mexico were slightly higher than 2500 calories per day. On the lower side of the spectrum were countries like China, at 2200 daily calories, India, as 2100 daily calories, and Somalia and Indonesia, both at roughly 1800 calories per day. When comparing the highest and lowest values, it appears as though Americans in 2003 ingested almost twice as much food as Indonesians. The values presented in this graph are thought to be reflective of the diet, lifestyle and culture of each country.
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The chart illustrates housing preferences among people who lived in the British cities of London, Oxford and Cambridge in the year 2005. It appears partiality towards certain housing types is inverted between larger and smaller English cities. 58% of Londoners list ‘flats’ as their preferred living arrangement, a number much higher than its Oxford and Cambridge counterparts, at 29% and 20% respectively. Fondness of terraced housing is roughly equal between the three cities, all of which show figures within the 16% to 19% range. However, a stark difference is seen among the figures representing people who prefer detached houses, with London clocking in at 9%, Oxford at 25% and Cambridge at 36%. Semi-detached housing also shows a pattern of variation that appears to be sensitive to city size. 17% of people living in London in 2005 preferred this style of housing. Oxford and Cambridge, however, both have figures of 27%.
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The following chart illustrates reasons for Internet usage in the United Kingdom in the year 2001. Those surveyed were adults at least 21 years of age. Summarize the information presented. The above chart illustrates purposes for Internet usage in the United Kingdom in the year 2001. The data indicates utilization differences between males and females. By far the most common reason for Internet usage for both sexes alike is email. The male figure places in the very high nineties and the female figure is a hair lower. Other areas of similar usage statistics between men and women include banking, at 42%, and product vending, at 21%. Stark gender sensitive differences in usage are seen among the remaining categories. The gaming sector appears to be male dominated, with a man to woman ratio of 38% to 18%. Research for personal health issues, however, sees women, at 38%, outnumbering men, at 17%. 62% of women also use the Internet for product consumption, which is a figure much greater than its 38% male counterpart.
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