SAMPLE ANSWER 1
The provided pie charts give information about the percentage of expenditure of local authorities in Someland between 1980 and 2000.
As is observed, the government spent much money on the Higher education and it remained as a leader of the comparison during the period.
In 1980, the environmental services showed the lowest result (4%). Then this number increased slightly to 5%in 1990 before reaching to 9% by 2000. Moreover, there was a gradual climb in the percentage of Health and human resources from 14% in 1980 to 20% in 1990. At the following year, this trend declined slightly by 10%. In contrast, the proportion of Transportation started at 16% in 1980 and then it dropped markedly to 6% in 1890. Last ten decades, it hit the peak point of 22%. In all three years, the K-12 education saw a downward from 25% in 1980 to only 18% by the end of the period. Likewise, there was a steady go up in the amount of Higher education in Someland from 35% to 45% between 1980 and 1990. Until 2000, this number became 40%. If we look at the results of other educations, it was the lowest percentage of the comparison by showing 6% in 1980 to 1% by 2000.
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SAMPLE ANSWER 2
The pie graphs compare the expenditures in a UK school for different purposes in the years 1981, 1991 and 2001.
Overall, as can be seen from the chart, the greatest expenditures came from teachers` salaries while the less amount of money was spent on insurance for the given period.
As shown in the diagram, the percentage of other worker`s salaries went down from 28% in 1981 to 22% in 1991, declining further to 15% in 2001. In contrast, the figures for furniture and equipment grew moderately over the period from 1981 to 2001, apart from in 1991, when there was a drop of 10%. Over the first decade, the proportion of resources such as books witnessed a significant increase, accounting for 20% of the total number, 5% higher than the 1981`s record figure. Since then on, the figures more than halved. Finally, even though the figures for insurance quadrupled for the given period remained to be the least money spent category.