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The Table below shows the results of a survey that asked 6800 Scottish adults (aged 16 years and over) whether they had taken part in different cultural activities in the past 12 months.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

Write at least 150 words.


Write a short report for a university lecturer describing the information shown below.

Write at least 150 words.

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  1. Luis Banez III 5 years ago

    The table illustrates the participation of 6800 Scottish adults( aged 16 and over) in their cultural activities in a period of 1 year. To sum it up, it is interesting to note that Any performance, like dancing, singing, playing instruments and acting is the most preferred activities, on the other hand, any writing and computer based marked the least visited venue.

    In details, Firstly, Any performance, like dancing, singing, playing instruments and acting rates 35% among the 16-24 age group, followed by 22% on both 24-44 and all aged 16 and over. in contrary to the 22% of the 45-74 age group which is the Undertaking any craft. Furthermore, the any visual arts, undertaking any craft and Cultural purchases seconded the among these workshops as the Scottish people age.

    Secondly, Computer Based is only at 10% among 16-24 age and marks the least 5% in the 45-74 age group followed by all aged 16 and over which is 65. The age 25-44 aged group did not prefer any writhing thus it gives 6% markdown.

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