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Are the following statements TRUE or FALSE based on the graph and charts below? Select the correct answers.
Between 1960 and 1980, the number of people taking overseas holidays more than doubled to just over 40,000.CorrectIncorrect
The number of people taking domestic holidays fell from slightly below 60,000 in 1960 to just under 10,000 in 1990.CorrectIncorrect
In 1990, flight costs and accommodation amounted to slightly less than the expenditure on food and drink.CorrectIncorrect
The majority of the cost of overseas holidays was for food and drink in both periods given.CorrectIncorrect
The number of people taking an overseas holiday just surpassed 40,000 in 2000.CorrectIncorrect
The number of people taking a domestic holiday fell by approximately two-thirds from 1980 to 1990.CorrectIncorrect
In 1980 and 1990, the smallest proportion of holiday expenses were categorized as ‘other expenses’.CorrectIncorrect
Just under one fifth of the cost of an overseas holiday was spent on accommodation in 1990.CorrectIncorrect
The number of people taking a domestic holiday almost reached 30,000 in 1970.CorrectIncorrect
The category entitled ‘other expenses’ accounted for just over one tenth of overseas holiday expenses in 1990.CorrectIncorrect