### Graph Description

Mobile Phone Users in Bangladesh |

**Graph Description-1**

**Question: The graph below shows the mobile phone users of Bangladesh from 2008 to 2012. Now, describe the graph in your own words.**

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**The pie chart shows the population of the countries of the European Union in 2007 by percentage. Now, describe the pie chart in your own words.**

**Graph description-2**

In the pie chart we can see the percentage of the population of the European Union in 2007. The percentage of the population are shown in cyclic order in the chart.

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Population Growth |

**Graph description-3**

**The graph below shows the population growth rate of Bangladesh from 2009 to 2014. Now describe the graph in your own words.**

**Graph description-4**

The graph below shows the SSC result of Uttara High School from 2008 to 2012. The larger columns in the graph show the pass rate and the smaller columns show the percentage of the students who got A+. Now, describe the graph in your own words.

The graph
shows the SSC result of Uttara High School from the year 2008 to 2012.

In the year
2008, 80% students passed from the school having different grades. And 5%
students got A+ in that year. In 2009 85% students passed achieving different
grades while 5% students got A+ like the previous year. In 2010 the pass
percentage increased to 90% and the percentage of A+ also increased to 10%. In
2011 the pass rate was increased consecutively like the previous years and it
was 95% while the rate of getting A+ was decreased from the previous year and
it was 5%. The pass rate was 95% in the year 2012 like the year 2011 but the
rate of getting A+ was increased than the previous year and it was 10%.

So, from the
given graph we can clearly see the pass rate and the rate of getting A+ of
Uttara High School from 2008 to 2012.

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Road Accident |

**Graph description-5**

**The graph below shows the number
of road accidents in Bangladesh from 2010 to 2014. Now, describe the graph in
your own words.**

The graph shows the number of road accidents in Bangladesh from 2010 to 2014.

In
2010, 2000 road accidents took place in Bangladesh. The number of road accidents
in 2011 increased than in 2010. In 2011, 3000 road accidents occurred in
Bangladesh. In 2012 the number of road accidents was 4000 and the number was
1000 more than the previous year. In 2013, 5000 road accidents took place in
different districts of Bangladesh. The road accidents were being increased
consecutively. In 2014 the number of road accidents was 5500. And it was
highest among the years given in the graph.

So,
from the graph, we can see the increasing number of road accidents from the year
2010 to 2014 in Bangladesh.

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**Graph-6, Internet users **

The
graph below shows the percentage of internet users in Bangladesh from 2010 to
2014. Now, describe the graph in your own words.

**Graph-7, Living below poverty line **

The
graph below shows the percentage of the number of people living below the
poverty line in Bangladesh from 2010 to 2014. Now describe the graph in your own words.

The graph shows the percentage of the number of people living below the poverty line in Bangladesh from 2010 to 2014.

In 2010 40% people were living below the
poverty line in Bangladesh, In 2011 poverty rate decreased 5% than the previous
year and it was a good sign that the percentage of poverty rate decreasing
continuously over the years. In 2011 the poverty rate was 35%. In 2012 the percentage of poverty was 30% in
Bangladesh. In 2013, it was 25%. The lowest poverty percentage was 20% in 2014
given in the graph.

So, from the graph we can see the percentage of people in Bangladesh living below the poverty line from 2010 to 2014.

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