The chart shows the average life expectancy for males and females in 1990, 1950 and 1990. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and making relevant comparisons.
The chart illustrates the anticipation of life between genders in five different countries over a century. Overall, it is immediately apparent from the chart that females had the highest life expectancy in all five nations as compared to the males in the final year, while males had maximum life hope in Denmark in 1900.
In detail, the average life eagerness of both genders began at 37.8 for males and females at 39.9 in Austria in the year 1900. Surprisingly, this amount surged by 27 for males and 30 for females after 50 years. This trend continues inclined and hits its peak at 73.5 males and 80.4 females respectively. Following this, in 1900 a total of 45.4 men captured their life measurement and female at 48.9 in Belgium, both the number got in India and doubled and touched add 73.4 of male and 80.4 of females after 90 years.
Furthermore, the life anticipation of both the genders are different in Denmark and Germany with shares at 51.6 and 43.8 for males and 54.8 and 46.6 for females in 1900, but after 50 years this value shot up in both countries which accounted at Male 68.9 and female 71.5. whilst, Germany had a ratio of males and females was 64.6 and 68.5 respectively and this average life hopes at 73.4 and 80.6 in boys and girls, Next ratio had 72.6 and females 78.8 in 1900. Therefore Sweden also had a positive trend in the lifespan of both sexes, which began at 52.8 and 55.3 in 1900, and this number reached 74.7 men and 80.7 females after 90 years.
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