The bar charts illustrate, how many male and female student were enrolled in tertiary education and ,whether, they were receiveing full-time or part-time education in Britan in three time period as follow 1970-71, 1980-81, 1990-91.
This bar chart represents the total number of trips that children aged 5 - 12 made to and from school in 1990 and in 2010. As can be seen from the chart, over time the predominant method of commuting to school has changed from walking to being driven in a car.
The chart illustrates amount thousands of Britain student in further education that based on gender and kinds of fulltime or part-time studying between in 1970 and 1990.
This diagram illustrates the amount of male and female in 3 different dates in UK, who was in additional learning in which they were educating whole or specific time.
The graph below illustrates how many men and women got enrolled in further education and whether it was in part-time or full-time education in Britain studied over three periods.
The chart indicates how many men and women in Britain were enrolled in tertiary education in three periods – 1970/71, 1980/81, and 1990/91 – and whether their studies were full or part-time.