Given are the pie chart which illustrates the proportion of five-age-group people coming to a cinema in a local area in 2000.A quick look at the graph reveals that the main customers are 55 years old and older while people ranging from 31 to 45 years old have less intention to go the the film centre.Over a half of visitors came to this local cinema were 55 years old and even older (51%) while the percentage of 31-45-year-old group was only 5%, the lowest respectively. On the second rank was teenagers’ figure, which was under a quarter, 21%. Following that, people who were between 16 and 20 years old and came to that film centre made up 15% in the total. On top of that, young people in there twenties just went to the cinema with the portion was 8%. Thus, it is obvious that no matter how many age levels in a above-divided group, the percent of people going to the film centre doesn’t follow a significant trend.

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[ 1] Given are The pie chart which illustrates the proportions of five-age-group people coming visitors to a local cinema in a local area in 2000, based on age.

A quick look at the graph reveals that the main customers are 55 years old and older, while people ranging from 31 to 45 years old had the least interest in going to that cinema. have less intention to go the the film centre.

Over a half of the visitors [ 2] came who went to this local cinema were 55 years old and even or older (51%), while the percentage of the 31-45-year-old group was only 5%, the lowest in the chart. [ 3] respectively. On the In second rank was place were young teenagers, those 10 to 15, ’ figure, which was under a quarter, at just 21%. Following that, people who were between 16 and 20 years old and came to that film centre made up 15% in of the total. On top of that, In contrast, the proportion of young people in [ 4] there twenties just the 20-31 age group who went to the that cinema with the portion was a modest 8%.

Thus, it would appear that most people of working age are too busy, and perhaps do not have enough time, to go to that cinema. On the other hand, those in the oldest group have time and enough money to watch movies there.

Thus, it is obvious that no matter how many age levels in a above-divided group, the percent of people going to the film centre doesn’t follow a significant trend.

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[ 1]: By unnecessarily complicating your sentence, you made it unnatural and vague!

[ 2]: “come” implies you are at the cinema while writing that summary!

[ 3]: “respectively” is used to confirm the order of two or more numbers/bits of information.

[ 4]: “there” and “their” are not the same!

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