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Japan's inhabitant of elderly people is measured by millions


WasishaSisha 16 / 20  
Oct 30, 2016   #1
The chart and table below give information about population figures in Japan.

The given table and chart show Japan's inhabitant of elderly people in over a century measured by millions. Overall, it can be seen that population of Japan increase from 1950 until this time at 2015. The forecast showed that Japan's resident will be significantly plummeting until the end of period.

To begin, proportion of Japan's habitant stood at 84.1 million in 1950 that elder people over 65 was 4.9% (4.1 million) from the total of population. In 2005, the proportion of ageing people increase over fivefold from early period at 25.7 million, it was 20% of 127.8 million Japan's inhabitant. After 20-year period, the proportion of occupant enormously booms until reach a peak in 2015 (127.8 million).

The prediction in the future the population will be dramatically dropping into 110% and 89.9% in 2035 and 2055 respectively; in contrast with proportion of people over 65s will be sequential as at 37.2 million (34%) and 36.5 million (41%) in 2035 and 2055.

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Jordansimons 3 / 4  
Oct 30, 2016   #2
... elder people over 65 was were 4.9% (4.1 million) ...
In 2005, the proportion of ageing Aging people increase ...
nurainiyusuf16 47 / 83 6  
Oct 31, 2016   #3
Hello Washisa!
Allow me to give you some suggestion!

... population of Japan increase from 1950 until this time at 2015.
Be careful in using word "this time" you write this in 2016, so I think it will better if you do not write it.

... Japan's resident will be plummed significantly plummeting until the end of period.

... people over 65 was 4.9% by 4.1 million from the total of population.
... of ageing people increased over fivefold from ...
... until reach a peak in 2015 by 127.8 million.

For next task, it will better if you upload the pict so It will easy for people who want reveiw your task :)

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