by Francis young
The pie graphs show the result of a survey of children's activities. The first graph shows the cultural and leisure activities that boys participate in, whereas the second graph shows the activities in which the girls participate.
The two pie charts presents a conclusion of "leisure" and "cultural" activities as preferred by boys and girls.
Overall, equal percentage of boys and girls participated in music, with 10% of both genders choosing the activity. Similarly, while 11% of boys preferred skateboarding, equal number of girls chose gymnastics.
Taking a closer look at the first chart, computer games emerged the most preferred activity among boys(with 34% of the boys population participating in the activity), this is followed by basketball with 26% participation rate, soccer was second to least preferred activity, only 17% of the boys took to soccer, while only 2% of boys took interest in reading.
On the other hand, taking a careful look at the second chart, it reveals that dancing was the most popular activity among the girls with 27% of girls participating in the activity. Very much unlike boys, more number of girls showed interest in reading, making it the second most preferred activity with 21%. Netball was however not left out, as 15% of girls fancied the activity, almost equal the percentage (16%) that played computer games.
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