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The provided line graph gives the information about the consumption of junk food eaten by teenagers in Australia over the period from 1975 to 2000. As is observed, the usage of pizza and hamburgers showed an upward trend, meanwhile, fish and chips declined over the period shown.

In 1975, fish and chips were the most popular fast food to youngsters with 100% of consumption, compared to about 5% of pizza and 10% of hamburgers. The following 10 years, it showed the oscillation before plunging sharply to just beneath 40% in 2000.

In contrast, the young tended to eat pizza and hamburgers. In 1990, the amount of consumed pizza overtook that of fish and chips, followed by a stability from 1995 to 2000. Hamburgers presented the fastest growth in 3 types of fast food, which passed over others in 1985 and finished at the begging level of fish and chips with the consumption at 100%.

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The provided line graph gives the information about compares the annual consumption of [ 1] junk three types of fast food items - pizza, hamburgers, and fish and chips, eaten by teenagers in Australia over the period from 1975 to 2000. As is observed, the usage graphs of pizza and hamburgers showed saw an upward trend, meanwhile, while that of fish and chips declined over the period shown.

In 1975, fish and chips [ 2] were was, by far, the most popular fast food. to A typical Australian teenager ate fish and chips 100 times, youngsters with 100% of consumption, compared to while they only consumed about 5% of pizza on around five occasions and 10% of ate no more than ten hamburgers that year. The Over the following 10 five years, it showed the oscillation fish and chips declined in popularity to around 85 meals per year, before recovering somewhat to around a figure of 95 in 1985. However, after that, it kept falling plunging sharply to reach just beneath 40% under 40 in 2000.

In contrast, the young Australians tended to eat pizza and hamburgers as the years progressed. In 1990, the late 1980s, the amount of consumed consumption of pizza hamburgers overtook that of fish and chips, and the same happened with pizza in the early 90s. followed by a stability from 1995 to 2000. Hamburgers presented saw the fastest growth in 3 of those three types of fast food and reached their highest level of 100 burgers per person per year in the early 90s but plateaued after that. which passed over others in 1985 and finished at the begging level of fish and chips with the consumption at 100%. The Pizza graph followed a similar trend, reaching its highest level in 1995 of around 85 pizzas eaten by an average Australian teenager annually, and remained flat after that.

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[ 1]: Not all fast food is junk food.

[ 2]: “fish and chips” is one type of food; hence we use the singular.