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Describing Trends

using graphs and related vocabulary to describe statistical changes
by

Graham McElroy

on 25 April 2012

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Transcript of Describing Trends

(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) fluctuate 1. DEMAND FOR LUXURY GOODS WEAKENS

2. COST OF LIVING SOARS

3. EURO KEEPS STEADY IN CAUTIOUS TRADING

4. WALL STREET PANICS AS SHARE PRICES COLLAPSE

5. INVESTORS HAPPY AS ECONOMY BEGINS TO RECOVER

6. MODEST INCREASE IN STOCK MARKET PRICES

7. SALES DIP IN SECOND QUARTER

8. MARKET REMAINS STABLE

9. STEEP CLIMB IN SHARE PRICES

10. PROFITS PLUNGE IN CAR INDUSTRY increase rapidly
rise dramatically go up a little go up a little increase slightly stay the same remain steady fall decrease drop decline increase climb rise lift go down slightly decrease slightly (f) drop suddenly plunge decrease dramatically DEMAND FOR LUXURY GOODS WEAKENS (e) INVESTORS HAPPY AS ECONOMY BEGINS TO RECOVER MODEST INCREASE IN STOCK MARKET PRICES (b) (c) (d) (f) COST OF LIVING SOARS EURO KEEPS STEADY IN CAUTIOUS TRADING WALL STREET PANICS AS SHARE PRICES COLLAPSE SALES DIP IN SECOND QUARTER MARKET REMAINS STABLE STEEP CLIMB IN SHARE PRICES PROFITS PLUNGE IN CAR INDUSTRY Profits have remained steady for the last six months I think profits will drop for the next two months. Then profits will pick up rapidly for the rest of the year Costs have been rising rapidly for the last year In the next couple of years, costs will decrease slightly Describing Statistical Trends
using graphical data have
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