# Table - Task 1 IELTS

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The table compares the proportion of those who took part in riding bicycles in one town, divided into four various age groups in 2011.

Overall, the percentage of the 0-9 age group using bicycles was the highest in both of genders. Whereas, the 40 to 59-year-olds used bicycles the least. Indeed, females were almost higher than males in all ages in 2011.

In 2011, the highest proportion of bicycle usage of females accounted for more than half a total population, belonged to 0-9 age group; with 51,3%, compared to 50,3% of bicycle usage of males. Additionally, as only 24,6% of males riding bicycles was in 10-17 age group, the percentage of fellow females doubled at 42,2%. This also happened in 18-39 age group with 9,7% and 17.1% respectively.

There was a lower percentage of 40-59 men using bicycles than 4,3%, in comparison with 12.3% of women who did the same activity. Moreover, for the oldest age group, females still used bicycles more than males, with 18.5% and 13.2% respectively.

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Why do you write 51,3% when the table has 51.3%?

The table compares the proportion of those who took part in riding (unnatural) rode bicycles in one town, divided into four (There are five, not four, rows) various age groups in 2011. (You forgot to mention that they are also grouped into males and females.)

Overall, the percentage of the 0-9 age group using bicycles was the highest in both of genders. (unnatural - it is also unnecessary.) Whereas, the 40 to 59-year-olds rode used bicycles the least. (That is not a sentence, but a dependent clause.) Indeed, the percentages of females were almost higher than males in all age groups in 2011. (You do not need to repeat this. You already wrote "2011" in the first paragraph, and there is only one year shown.)

In 2011, (Do not repeat this phrase. You only need it once.) the highest proportion of female bicycle riders, usage of females accounted formore than half a of the total total population, belonged to was in the 0-9 age group; with 51,3%, compared to 50,3% for boys. In the next older group, children from 10-17 years old, only 24.6% of the boys rode bicycles, compared to 42.2% of the girls. of bicycle usage of males. Additionally, as only 24,6% of males riding bicycles was in 10-17 age group , the percentage of fellow (wrong word) females doubled at 42,2%. This also happened in 18-39 age group with 9,7% and 17.1% respectively.

There was a lower percentage of 40-59 men using bicycles than 4,3%, in comparison with 12.3% of women who did the same activity. Moreover, for the oldest age group, females still rode used bicycles more than males, with 18.5% and 13.2% respectively.

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The table lists the percentages of people who rode bicycles in 2011 in one particular town by gender and age group. There are five age groups, two for children and three for adults, specifically, young children aged 0-9, older children and teenagers aged 10-17, young adults aged 19-39, middle-aged adults aged 49-59, and older adults, over 60.

Overall, the percentages for girls and women was higher than that of their counterparts in all age groups. For children (under age 18), the proportions were higher than those for the adults. About half of the children under age 10, both boys and girls, rode bicycles.

In detail, the age group of older children (10-17) had the greatest difference between the male and female cyclists, about 42% of the women cycled, about double that of the men (25%). The difference was nearly the same for young adults (age 18-39), where the percentage for men (9.7%) was about 0.6 times that of women (17.1%). The age group with the smallest percentages was the older adults (40-59). Even the seniors had higher values (12% and 18% for women and 8% and 13% for men, respectively.) The smallest percentages in the table were for adult males; less than one in every ten men between the ages of 18 and 59 rode a bicycle.