The chart shows the average life expectancy for males and females in 1990, 1950 and 1990.
The given table graph illustrates information about the period of existence for men and women in 6 different nations in the years 1990, 1950 and 1990.
Overall, it is apparent from the very first glance that, year by year, life duration was increased and females lived more than males. The smallest life cycle was in Austria in 1900. In contrast longest was in Sweden in 1990.
Looking at the information in more detail, in 1900, the smallest expectation of life in Austria, the male, was 37.8 years and in females, 39.9 years. It escalated over the period and reached 73.5 years in men and 8.4 years in women in 1990. In addition, in Belgium, it was approximately as same as in Austria in 1990, 73.4 and 80.4 years respectively.
Moreover, in Denmark in 1900, the difference between both gender life expectancy was 3.2 years, in 1950 2.6 years and in 1990 5.8 years. Furthermore, in Germany, males and females lived 64.6 and 68.5 years in 1950; after four decades, it increased and reached 73.4 and 80.6 years.
Additionally, in Sweden, the longevity of life was highest as compared to other countries, in 1900 for males 52.8 years and in females 53.3 years. In 1950 it was 69.9 and 72.6 years and at last in 1990 74.7 and 80.7 years.