The first chart below shows how energy is used in an average Australian household

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jasmine asked 3 months ago

the first chart below shows how energy is used in an average Australian household.The second chart shows the green gas emissions which results from this energy use.

This pie graphs illustrate the percentage of energy consumption in Australia and the percentage of gas emissions from their use.

As we can see, the percentage of water heating and cooling are almost the same percentage as gas emissions. While refrigeration , lighting and another energy applications have the twofold of gas emissions, like lighting which has 4% of use in Australia and their gas emissions are 8%. So, it is clear that this is a important problem for the environment.

Another important data in the charts , that we can see is heating.This energy is the highest energy use in Australia and also it has low gas emissions comparing whit their use. Despite the fat that it is third highest in the second pie chart.

In conclusion, the number of gas emissions are significantly high. So, people should start using new sustainable energy to reduce this problem.

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jasmine answered 3 months ago

The first pie chart compares the methods of energy consumption in an average Australian house while the second pie chart illustrates the amount of green house gas emitted by above methods.Overall, it can be seen that the highest amount of energy is utilized for heating ,and water heating accounts for the majority of green gas emissions.

To begin, according to the first pie chart, heating and water heating together utilize the major proportion of household energy, at 42% and 30% respectively.While water heating is responsible for the greatest amount of green gas emissions at 32%, heating, however, accounts only 15% of total emissions.

Despite utilizing 15% energy in a household, other appliances,on the other hand, emit higher green house gas at 28%. Similarly,refregiration releases twice as much as CO2 compared to its energy usage of 7%.

In contrast, lighting and cooking are collectively responsible for the least amount both energy consumption and CO2 emissions.4 % of energy is used for lighting whereas half of it is utilized for cooking. However, lighting emits much higher green house gas (8%) than cooking alone (3%).

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jasmine answered 3 months ago

Your essay is pretty good but sometimes it has vocabulary mistakes. I think this essay would score band 6.0
This (These) pie graphs illustrate the percentage of energy consumption in Australia and the percentage of gas emissions from their use.
As we can see (As can be seen from graphs), the percentage of water heating and cooling are almost the same percentage as gas emissions. While refrigeration , lighting and another energy applications have the twofold of gas emissions, like lighting which has 4% of use in Australia and their gas emissions are 8%. So, it is clear that this is a important problem for the environment.
Another important data in the charts , (that we can see) is heating. This energy is the highest energy use in Australia and also it has low gas emissions comparing whit (with) their use. Despite the fat (fact) that it is third highest in the second pie chart.
In conclusion, the number of gas emissions are significantly high. So, people should start using new sustainable energy to reduce this problem.

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