The line graph shows the cost of watching films. The pie charts show the change in the percentage of market share represented by the three forms.
The chart illustrates the various pricing of movies that people like to watch in their lifestyle, and the pie chart depicts the value of the market share in different modes of form.
Overall, it is immediately apparent from the chart that the price of the ticket in the movie theatre was extremely high compared with the rest of the two, while the market share of rent DVD had the highest among others.
In detail, the amount of cinema hall tickets was the highest, which began at nearly 8 pounds in 2005. Fortunately, the cost of tickets continuously surged up and touched the barrier of £12 in four years. This ratio steadily increased by 2 pounds and reached £14 in 2011. moreover, some people spend their money on legal downloads, which were around 8 pounds in 2005, and this ratio took a nose dive and went down by 2 pounds after two years.
Following this, this value took off by 2 pounds and crossed the marked line of the ticket with shares at approximately 9 pounds of legal download. Next, another part of people Who watch movies on DVD which cost around six-port in 2005, surprisingly this amount relatively easy inclined 51 pounds in 2007. after a slight recovery, it then went down by £0.5 in 2009, but this cost of duty climbed to 8 pounds in 2011.
Furthermore, the market share of go-to cinema was captured at 10 per cent, and rent DVD shares were the highest value at 64% in 2005. The following 6% of legal download shares were recorded in the year 2005. moreover, this value changed after six years, and the share of DVDs declined by 8%, but in watching an online movie, the weight changed to 26%, and go cinema captured 8% of market shares in 2011.
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