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The line graphs gives the figures for loans in different categories, in two libraries in the period from 1980 to 2010, with prediction for 2020. There are a clear differences in borrowing habits between the two locations.

In Library A, the percentage of loans in DVDs/CDs is the lowest over the period. In addition, the number of people borrowing DVDs/CDs is predicted to be continued going down in 2020, with under 10%. In 1980, non-fiction was the most popular category for student to lend, while after ten years, it dropped dramatically and was as high as fiction category. Between 1990 and 2010, the borrowing habits had changed and fiction became more popular than non-fiction. It is predicted that figures for fiction will still climb up until 2020.

In Library B, there are some differences compared to the Library B. In the Library A, the number of borrowing fiction has much more risen up since 1990, while in the Library B the figures for this category has declined from 65% in 1980 to 50% in 2010, including the prediction for 2020. However, there was an increase of approximately 20% in non-fiction loans and even more marked rise is forecast for 2020.

Overall, DVDs and CDs in both libraries had a similar pattern of growth but where as in Library A these held steady for 20 years, in B they declined. In Library A, people prefer fiction and Library B, people choose non-fiction to lend more through the years./data/user/0/com.samsung.android.app.notes/files/clipdata/clipdata_200326_131439_906.sdoc->

The line graphs gives outline the figures for changes in loans (fiction, non-fiction and multimedia) in different categories, in two libraries in over the period from 1980 to 2010, with prediction for 2020. There are a clear differences in borrowing habits between the two locations. [ Avoid that kind of waffle. Of course there are going to be differences!]

Overall, while there is an increase in Library A in fiction loans and a decrease in non-fiction ones, the opposite is true for Library B. Moreover, the percentage of multimedia loans is much lower than the other two categories in both libraries throughout the period in question.

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The rest is not well written. Focus on the fiction and non-fiction graphs and describe their trends, where they start off, the gap between them, where they meet, etc. At the end, you can write a small paragraph about the CDs and DVDs.

I appreciate your assistance very much. I have also rewrite the essay. Please take a minute to read it. Thank you so much.


The line graphs outline the changes in loans (fiction, non-fiction and multimedia) in two libraries over the period from 1980 to 2010, with prediction for 2020.

In 1980, non-fiction was the most popular category for student to lend in Library A, while after ten years, it dropped dramatically and was as high as fiction category. In the Library A, the number of borrowing fiction has much more risen up since 1990, while in the Library B the figures for this category has declined from 65% in 1980 to 50% in 2010, including the prediction for 2020.

In Library A, between 1990 and 2010, the borrowing habits had changed and fiction became more popular than non-fiction. It is predicted that figures for fiction will still climb up until 2020. In Library B, on the other hand, there was an increase of approximately 20% in non-fiction loans and even more marked rise is forecast for 2020.

In Library A, the percentage of loans in DVDs/CDs is the lowest over the period. In addition, the number of people borrowing DVDs/CDs is predicted to be continued going down in 2020, with under 10%.

Over all, while there is an increase in Library A in fiction loans and a decrease in non-fiction ones, the opposite is true for Library B. Moreover, the percentage of multimedia loans is much lower than the other two categories in both libraries throughout the period in question./data/user/0/com.samsung.android.app.notes/files/clipdata/clipdata_200329_235929_348.sdoc->

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The line graphs outline the changes in loans (fiction, non-fiction and multimedia) in two libraries over the period from 1980 to 2010, with a prediction for 2020. [ 1] Overall, fiction became more popular than non-fiction in Library A, while the opposite was true for Library B.

In 1980, non-fiction, at 52%, was the most popular category for [ 2] student to lend with borrowers in Library A, while fiction loans accounted for about 42%. After ten years, it interest in non-fiction dropped dramatically, whereas the percentage of and was as high as fiction category. rose slightly, both graphs meeting at 43%. That trend continued afterwards, and the two graphs diverged greatly. By 2020, it is anticipated that fiction loans will reach 65%, while non-fiction loans will drop to just over 30%. In contrast, the graph for library B is the mirror image of the other one. Fiction loans started at approximately 65% and fell throughout that period, while non-fiction started at about 25% and rose steadily, overtaking non-fiction around 2015. It is expected that by 2020, non-fiction books will account for 63% of total loans, while fiction will drop to only 30%.

Finally, the graphs for multimedia loans (CDs and DVDs) were similar in both libraries, starting off at around the 10% mark, rising slightly and then falling gradually. They are forecast to account for only about 5% of total loans.

In the Library A, the number of borrowing fiction has much more risen up since 1990, while in the Library B the figures for this category has declined from 65% in 1980 to 50% in 2010, including the prediction for 2020.

In Library A, between 1990 and 2010, the borrowing habits had changed and fiction became more popular than non-fiction. It is predicted that figures for fiction will still climb up until 2020. In Library B, on the other hand, there was an increase of approximately 20% in non-fiction loans and even more marked rise is forecast for 2020.

In Library A, the percentage of loans in DVDs/CDs is the lowest over the period. In addition, the number of people borrowing DVDs/CDs is predicted to be continued going down in 2020, with under 10%.

Over all, while there is an increase in Library A in fiction loans and a decrease in non-fiction ones, the opposite is true for Library B. Moreover, the percentage of multimedia loans is much lower than the other two categories in both libraries throughout the period in question.

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[ 1]: Don’t forget the overall statement.

[ 2]: We don’t know if these are academic libraries or other types (e.g. public libraries)