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Topic: The three pie charts below show the changes in annual spending by a particular UK school in 1981, 1991 and 2001.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

The three pie charts illustrate how the annual investment of a certain UK school was spent for different purposes in 1981, 1991 and 2001. Overall, the proportions did not share the same trend - some only increased or decreased overtime, while others fluctuated greatly. The majority of the money, however, was always for paying teachers' salaries throughout the duration.

To be exact, teachers' salaries made up 40% of the school's spending in 1981. The ratio rose to 50% in 1991, but declined to 45% in 2001. Money for resources, such as books, followed the same pattern, as it changed from 15% to 20% in the first half, but dropped to 9% in the second.

The budget for furniture and equipment went on a reversed path compared to the aforementioned two: first it consisted of 15% of the total spending, but fell to 5% in 1991 before rising to its peak at 23% in 2001.

Salaries for other personnel were falling continuously through the years, from 28% in the beginning to just 15% 20 years later. Insurance, on the other hand, kept on growing and reached 8% in 2001 - four times greater than the 2% ratio it had in 1981. Despite this, it remained the least invested of all five activities in general.

The three pie charts illustrate how the annual investment (wrong word) of a certain UK school was spent for different purposes (How many different categories? What are they?) in 1981, 1991 and 2001. Overall, the proportions changed did not share the same trend - some only increased or decreased overtime, while others fluctuated (wrong word. You cannot see fluctuations with only 3 data points. See comment below. ) greatly. The majority of the money, however, was always for paying teachers' salaries throughout the duration.

To be exact, teachers' salaries made up 40% of the school's spending in 1981. The ratio It rose to 50% in 1991, but declined to 45% in 2001. Money for resources, such as books, followed the same pattern, as it changed from 15% to 20% in the first two half, but dropped to 9% in the second.

The budget for furniture and equipment went on a reversed path compared to the other aforementioned two: first it consisted of 15% of the total spending, but fell to 5% in 1991 before rising to its peak at 23% in 2001. (With only three data points, you cannot say anything is a peak. You don't know what happened in the years in between these points.)

Salaries for other personnel were falling continuously through the years, from 28% in the beginning to just 15% 20 (spell out "twenty" so the numbers do not get confused.) years later. Insurance, on the other hand, kept on growing and reached 8% in 2001 - four times greater than the 2% ratio it had in 1981. Despite this, it remained the least invested of all five activities (wrong word. For example, books is not an activity.) in general.




You can see clear data fluctuations in the graph below which shows amounts of CO2 in the atmosphere, measured monthly. The seasonal fluctuations, which are natural, are superimposed upon an upward trend over the period. That steady upward trend is due to the human activity of burning fossil fuels and dumping vast quantities of CO2 into the atmosphere.

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