The graph below shows the percentage of adults according to age and gender who do not do any physical activity in Australia. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.

-[Harpreet Singh Dhillon]
The given column graph compares the share of men and ladies of seven different age

groups who lead a sedentary life in Australia. It are often clearly seen that apart from the 45 to

64 year olds, all other age groups have more females than males who don't do much

physical activity.

The 15-24 year age group is the most active with only about 14 and 17 % men and women

respectively who don’t do much physical activity. The 25-34 age group has a little more

percentage of individuals following a leisurely way of life. As age advances the percentage of

easy-going men and ladies is also seen to get on the increase , with the exception of the 65-74 age

group. Surprisingly, during this age bracket the amount of males and females doing no physical

activity is lesser than that of the 55-64 age bracket . However, the 75+ age group has the

maximum number of both genders doing no physical work.

Overall it's clear that as age goes up more and more people start leading physically inactive

lives apart from the 65-74 year olds, and in most age groups more females than males lead

sedentary lives.

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