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Bar chart: The given graph shows the main sources of energy for USA in 1980 and 1990.


The given graph shows the main sources of energy for USA in 1980 and 1990.

The two graphs show the main sources of energy in the USA in the 1980s and the 1990s.

Bar chart: The given graph shows the main sources of energy for USA in 1980 and 1990.

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The two graphs show that oil was the major energy source in the USA in both 1980 and 1990 and that coal, natural gas and hydroelectric power remained in much the same proportions. On the other hand, there was a dramatic rise in nuclear power, which doubled its percentage over the ten years.  Oil supplied the largest percentage of energy, although the percentage decreased from 42% in 1980 to 33% in 1990. Coal in 1990 was the second largest source of energy, increasing its proportion to 27% from 22% in the previous decade. Natural gas, the second largest source in 1980 at 26%, decreased its share very slightly to provide 25% of America’s energy ten years later. There was no change in the percentage supplied by hydroelectric power which remained at 5% of the total energy used. Nuclear power the greatest change: in 1990 it was 10%, twice that of the 1980s.  (152 words)

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The given pie charts depict the significant sources of electricity in America in 1980 and 1990. Overall, in both years, the most massive energy was produced from oil. At the same time, hydroelectric and nuclear powers had the most meager energy.  Looking at the charts in more detail, In 1980, The most significant energy source was oil, with 42%, followed by natural gas at 26%. The amount of energy which was produced from coal is also vast at 22%, compared to hydroelectric and nuclear powers at 10% combined.  On the other hand, In 1990, although the percentage of electricity generated from oil declined, it remained the most colossal at 33%. Similarly, energy from natural gas dropped by 1%, making coal the second primary source, at 27%. However, hydroelectric and nuclear powers remained the least at 5% and 10%, respectively.

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The two graphs show that oil was the major energy source in the USA in both 1980 and 1990

It is clear that coal, natural gas and hydroelectric power remained in much the same proportions. Besides, there was a dramatic rise in nuclear power, which doubled its percentage over the ten years.

Oil supplied the largest percentage of energy, although the percentage decreased from 42% in 1980 to 33% in 1990. Coal in 1990 was the second largest source of energy, increasing its proportion to 27% from 22% in the previous decade. Natural gas, the second largest source in 1980 at 26%, decreased its share very slightly to provide 25% of America’s energy ten years later.

There was no change in the percentage supplied by hydroelectric power which remained at 5% of the total energy used. Nuclear power the greatest change: in 1990 it was 10%, twice that of the 1980s.

(152 words)

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The given pie charts depict the significant sources of electricity in America in 1980 and 1990. Overall, in both years, the most massive energy was produced from oil. At the same time, hydroelectric and nuclear powers had the most meager energy.

Looking at the charts in more detail, In 1980, The most significant energy source was oil, with 42%, followed by natural gas at 26%. The amount of energy which was produced from coal is also vast at 22%, compared to hydroelectric and nuclear powers at 10% combined.

On the other hand, In 1990, although the percentage of electricity generated from oil declined, it remained the most colossal at 33%. Similarly, energy from natural gas dropped by 1%, making coal the second primary source, at 27%. However, hydroelectric and nuclear powers remained the least at 5% and 10%, respectively.

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