The bar chart shows the monthly spending in dollars of a family in the USA on three items in 2010.
The given bar chart represents the information regarding how much a family spent on three different items in the USA in 2010. Data has calibrated a dollar.
Overall, it can be seen that in the first month, individuals were less interested in expanding on clothing, but as months passed, this demand can be seen more in family members.
At fleeting glands, it is noticeable that in January, an incredible amount of income was used on food items, with total spending of approximately 500 Dollars which was above the average line. However, the next month, purchasing food and clothes was almost equal, and gas spending less than other items.
With regards to March, usage of my monthly salary on gas and clothing was less than 300 Dollars, and food was above the average line. In the 4th month of the year, gas was high in demand but slightly less in comparison with clothing.
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