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Read the sentences below and decide whether they are good and accurate descriptions of the data shown in the table. Select the correct answer.
5 to 14 year olds as a percentage of the total population
There was an inverse correlation between the data for Australia and Denmark from 1985 to 1990 compared to the information given for 1995 and 2000.CorrectIncorrect
The most significant decrease in the table was in Ireland, where there was a fall of three percent in 1995 and a further one percent by 2000.CorrectIncorrect
At 9%, Germany had the lowest percentage of 5 to 14 year olds in 1995, although this increased by 1% for the 2000 period.CorrectIncorrect
Ireland and Italy were the only two countries to have a lower percentage of 5-14 year olds in 2000 compared to their data for 1985, although no information has been supplied for 2000 in Turkey.CorrectIncorrect
Between 1995 and 2000, all of the trends presented showed an increase or decrease of either one or two percent..CorrectIncorrect