The Bar Chart Shows the Number of Times per Week (in 1000s), Over Five Weeks

The bar chart shows the number of times per week (in 1000s), over five weeks, those three computer packages were downloaded from the internet.

The bar chart shows the number of times per week (in 1000s), over five weeks, those three computer packages were downloaded from the internet.

Sample 1 The Bar Chart Shows the Number of Times per Week (in 1000s), Over Five Weeks

The given bar chart represents the information regarding downloading computer packages from the internet within five weeks and data on how many times per week these packages are downloaded.

Overall, the demand for the Net package was low every week compared to others.

At a fleeting glance, it is noticeable that in the first week, the collection of active x was low, which was below 80000, but as the week passed, individuals were more excited to download active X, which was highly demandable when it went to week 5. In order to download a Java application, a little increase in difference can be seen every week for downloading this application.

Regarding the net computer package in the first two weeks, the demand was about 50000 which faced a decrease in the next two weeks with the amount of 30000 and 20000 respectively. In the fourth week downloading demand for Net Application went upward with 40000 downloads, and in the next week, this ratio began to incline.

Sample 2 The Bar Chart Shows the Number of Times per Week (in 1000s), Over Five Weeks

The chart illustrates the three different language programs installed on the computer by the users in five weeks from the Internet.

Overall, it is immediately apparent from the chart that the active X software was the most downloaded program in five weeks. However, in week five, this package was consumed by the customers from the Internet more than others, while the net language program was less prevalent in the third week.

In detail, according to the first week, net packages downloaded from the Internet began nearly 32,000 times, and this ratio plummeted by 4000 in the second week. Following this, in week 3,  this amount declined by around 2000 times downloaded from the world wide web. Surprisingly, this value reached a barrier of over 4000 times in a week, inspired by 5000 times of net package transferred from the Internet by the customers.

Moreover, the trend of active expects significant changes in five weeks. This program was downloaded 40,000 times in the first week, and this value crossed the line of 80,000 and touched 90,000 times availed that computer package from the Internet. Whereas in week five, the software was used around 1,20,000 times by the customers in their machines.

Furthermore, the detention of Java program packets was downloaded nearly 40,000 times from the Internet, which climbed to around 50,000 times in a week second. Following these, approximately 60,000 times the package of Java was bought from the Internet in the fourth week. Meanwhile, this value skyrocketed and peaked at 80,000 in the final week.

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