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Does the information in the sentences below correlate the data between the table and the graph? Select the correct answers.
5 to 14 year olds as a percentage of the total population
In 1985, Germany had the highest percentage of over 60 year olds, while at the same time they had the lowest percentage of children aged 5 to 14.
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From 1990 to 1995, there was an inverse correlation between the percentage of children and the percentage of people over 60 in the UK population.CorrectIncorrect
Australia had the lowest percentage of people over 60 and children between 5 and 14 for the period 1995 and 2000.CorrectIncorrect