# The Chart Below Shows the Amount of Time that 10 to 15-Year-Olds Spend Chatting on The Internet

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The chart below shows the amount of time that 10 to 15-year-olds spend chatting on the Internet and playing on game consoles on an average school day in the UK. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.

The given bar chart delineates the statistics about the percentage of time juveniles consume on two activities, namely chatting online and playing computer games.

Overall it can be deduced that playing games are more popular than chatting on the Internet, and all the learners spend less than 3 hours on it. However, girls contribute the most to the online conversation, while boys make the highest contribution to games.

As-in depth analysis, it can be seen that boys play games for 1-3 hours, 30%, while girls in this are around 35%. Around 2% of girls are preferred to play games, whereas boys are played around 10%. Girls play a higher proportion of girls for less than an hour compared to boys, who like to play for longer hours.

By contrast, coming to chatting on the Internet, the number of 10 -15-year-old boys spending time doing this activity for less than 1 hour a day is the same as that of females. However, time contributed by girls which are approximately 35% more than boys, 20% over one hour. Furthermore, three the proportion of chat less than 4 hours for male and female are about 5% and 9%, respectively.