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masochist
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I genuinely don't understand how they want us to describe the graphs sicne its not enough to touch on the main ponits. I would really like to see a 'sample' answer if anyone is willing to explain/show it to me?

What would be an easy, formulaic way of answering questions such as this?
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My geography teacher says to use this method to describe:
General: a basic general statement
Most: the highest point etc
Least: the lowest point
Anomaly
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i have to describe a pie and bar graph how do I do this?
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My geography teacher always says,
mention any general trends,
say how the number has changed over the years e.g in 1971 there were ...... however in 2001 there were... in country A and repeat for other countries and GDP.

i hope this helps.
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My geography teacher made us remember this.ODEA, you are so FAT O - Overall (the overall trend)D - Decrease (the decrease in the trend)E - Example (an example of the decrease)A - Abnormal (a sharp drop or a rapid increase)F - Figures (the numbers in the graph)A - Adjectives (the adjectives to describe the trend)T - Time period (example: from 1999 to 2011, that is a time period of twelve years)
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General Trend
Change
Specific data
Exceptions
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My teacher tells us to describe grapes with GEO:General trendExampleOddity
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