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Do the sentences below make good and accurate comparisons between the data shown in the charts? Select the correct answers.
From 1950 to 1990, the percentage of people on one to two week holidays declined by nearly one third.CorrectIncorrect
There was an inverse relationship between the increasing percentage of people visiting North America and the percentage of people on longer holidays.CorrectIncorrect
There was a correlation between the rising percentage of people on four week holidays and visitors to all destinations except Europe.CorrectIncorrect
In 1990, 13 percent of people from the UK went abroad for between two to four weeks compared to 2 percent in 1950.CorrectIncorrect
The percentage of people visiting Asia more than doubled over the periods given.CorrectIncorrect
The number of visitors to South America more than tripled because fewer people went to Europe.CorrectIncorrect