The Chart Below Gives Information About the Number of Books Rented in A British Local Library in 2009. Summarise the Information by Selecting and Reporting the Main Features, and Make Comparisons Where Relevant.
The information regarding figures of books rented from a local British library in 2009 is depicted by rendered bar graph. The data has been calibrated in numbers.
Overall, it can be vividly manifested that the maximum percentage of books were issued in December whilst the least number of books were rented in February.
Looking at the bar graph, there was a negligible difference between the books issued in February and March of nearly one, however, which escalated to 10 in January and witnessed a decline of 1 in November. Nevertheless, the books rented in April and March were 13 and 15, correspondingly.
Probing further, the books which were rented in June and October month were identical in numbers while the books which were rented in August top the list and increased by 1 in the last month of the year. Nonetheless, the ratio of books rented in September outraced the issued books in November in the ratio of 4:3.
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