The given chart and table depict information about Japan's population in the past, present, and future. The chart reveals the population of Japan while the table below shows 65 years old or over in population and the proportion of the population who are more than 65 years old.


Overall, it can be clearly seen that the population of Japan increased dramatically but it is forecasted to undergo a significant upward trend. However, the proportion of the population is believed to be going higher when it comes to 2055.


Back in the day, the population in Japan experienced a drastic climb from 84,1 to 125,4 million between 1950 and 2015, and it is predicted that people living in Japan will be declining gradually between 110 to all the way down to approximately 90 million from 2035 to 2055.


When it comes to seniors, we can see that the percentage of the population who are 65 or older underwent a minor majority of roughly 5% to a small 20% from 1950 to 2005. In the future, there will be a vast majority of 34% to 41% between 2035 and 2055 in the proportion of the elderly in Japan.

The given (Do not use "given", "provided" or similar modifiers. It is not natural.) chart and table provide depict (wrong word) information about Japan's population in the past, present, and future. The chart (There are eye charts, pie charts, flow charts, Gantt charts, and organization charts. What kind is this one? Have you read my advice yet?) reveals (wrong word) the population of Japan in five-year intervals from 1950 to 2035. The while table below lists the number of people over 65 and their percentage of the population in 1950, 2005, 2035 and 2055. shows 65 years old or over (wrong expression) in population and the proportion of the population who are more than 65 years old.

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Overall, it can be clearly seen that (Read my advice) the population of Japan increased dramatically but it is forecasted to undergo a significant upward trend. (That is incorrect. Look at the chart. Report correct information) However, the proportion of the population is believed ("Believe" is for religion or moral principles; it not an appropriate word for scientific contexts. ) to be going higher when it comes to 2055. (That is not good.)


Back in the day, (That is an extremely casual expression. It is not appropriate for academic science/math contexts. It is good for story-telling for young kids.) the population in Japan experienced (Read my advice) a drastic (Read my advice) climb from 84,1 to 125,4 million between 1950 and 2015, and it is predicted that people living in Japan will be declining (When people decline, it means that their health is getting worse. ) gradually between 110 to all the way down to approximately 90 million from 2035 to 2055.


When it comes to seniors, we can see that the percentage of the population who are 65 or older underwent (People can undergo surgery, but that is not a good vocabulary word here.) a minor majority (That makes no sense. A majority is over 50%. There is no such thing as a "minor majority.") of roughly 5% to a small (wrong word. ) 20% from 1950 to 2005. In the future, there will be a vast majority (Incorrect. Majority is half or more.) of 34% to 41% between 2035 and 2055 in the proportion of the elderly (Do not keep changing the words you use. Elderly is 80 or over.) in Japan.


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