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the bar charts below show the levels of participation in education and science in developing coutries and industrialised countries in 1980 and 1990 v.2

the bar charts below show the levels of participation in education and science in developing coutries and industrialised countries in 1980 and 1990 v. 2
The bar charts demonstate information about the figures of involvement in 2 sectors including education and science. The data is found out from developing and industrialised countries from 1980 to 1990. According to the first chart, average years of schooling in developing countries were just around 2 years while at the same time, industrialised countries reached over 8 years, increasing 4 times. After 10 years, developing countries were stilll under 4 years of schooling. By contrast, the figure of average years of schooling soared over 10 years in industrialised countries. It can be observed from the second chart, the number of scientists and techniciants of industrialised countries were always higher than that developing countries. In industrialised countries were reached over 40 scientists and techniciants and about 70 people in 1980, 1990 respectedly. Meanwhile, during 10 years, developing countries were not rose to 20 per 1000 people. It is obvious to see from the final bar chart, during a decade, there was a downward trend in developing countries, they just spend about 50 billions US to nearly 10 billions on Research and Development. Since 1980, Industrialized countries spend 170 billions dollar and increased double to over 340 billions on Research and Development in 1990. Overall, It is clearly that industrialied countries had more envolving level than developing countries in education and science.
The bar
charts
demonstate
information about the figures of involvement in 2 sectors including education and science. The data
is found
out from
developing
and
industrialised
countries
from 1980 to 1990.

According to the
first
chart
, average years of schooling in
developing
countries
were
just
around 2 years while at the same time,
industrialised
countries
reached
over
8 years, increasing 4 times. After 10 years,
developing
countries
were
stilll
under 4 years of schooling. By contrast, the figure of average years of schooling soared
over
10 years in
industrialised
countries.

It can
be observed
from the second
chart
, the number of scientists and
techniciants
of
industrialised
countries
were always higher than that
developing
countries
. In
industrialised
countries
were reached
over
40 scientists and
techniciants
and about 70
people
in 1980, 1990
respectedly
. Meanwhile, during 10 years,
developing
countries
were not
rose
to 20 per 1000
people
.

It is obvious to
see
from the final bar
chart
, during a decade, there was a downward trend in
developing
countries
, they
just
spend about 50
billions
US to
nearly
10
billions
on Research and Development. Since 1980,
Industrialized
countries
spend 170
billions
dollar and increased double to
over
340
billions
on Research and Development in 1990.

Overall
, It is
clearly
that
industrialied
countries
had more
envolving
level than
developing
countries
in education and science.
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