Tables are a great visual to present information on

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Tables are a great visual to present information on the differences among cultural groups. As cultures continue to change throughout the years, anthropologists need to be able to add on to their past knowledge and keep their information up to date. A table allows them to specify a date to when the knowledge was discovered and when that information was accurate. The table above does help to show different aspects of each pattern but this table could definitely be improved. A table can have multiple columns and rows providing the opportunity to divide lots of information into different sections. The chart above could have specified a date to go along with the information provided to better articulate the differences among different patterns. For example, when titling the box for residence, the table could have put a year beside it to show that this information was related to that time. As years progress, the place of residence for that pattern may change, so without a date beside it the information may be incorrect. This can help provide a timeline for the pattern to understand the differences more accurately.
What else do you think you have to know before making comparisons between residence patterns? Answer this question in no less than 100 words.
– 29-year-olds has increased by 14% (13.9%); refer to Figure 2. Percentage of young adults aged 20 to 24 and 25 to 29 living in their parental home, Canada, 1981 to 2011 for this growth. In no less than 100 words, discuss how and why you believe those trends relating to the living situation and employment of 20 to 30-year-olds in Canada has emerged and will continue into the future.

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