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A description of two charts The first chart below shows the number of passengers who took trains from 1995 to 2004. The second graph describes the percentage of trains arriving on time compared to the target from 1995 to 2004.
2015年6月25日 16:50
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The first illustration shows a passenger train in Sydney in 1995 - during the 2004 number. The second chart shows the percentage of punctual trains and in the same time period to reach target goals. It is available from the first chart, the number of passengers taking the train from about 250 million to 1997, however, in 2001 with 300 million before the peak can be seen, this figure dropped to $ 2.8 million since 2002, remained relatively stable. The overall number is rising. The second chart shows that the rate of punctuation in Sydney trains is about 93%. Only 1999 and 2002 saw the realization of this goal. However, punctuation rates were 90% in 1995, 1998, 2001 and 2003, 93% of the target fairly close. In contrast, in 1996, 1997 and 2000 targets were not met, and the percentage of 89%, 87% and 86%, respectively. It's also worth noting that in 2004, the year, this figure is still far from 93% (only 72%) of the target. Overall, the number of passenger trains increased from 1995 to 2004, in 2001. 1999 and 2002 saw a peak of punctuation achieve goals.
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