Question: The graph below shows the average temperatures of the year in some cities in Bangladesh. Describe and analyze it.
Average temperatures of the year in Celsius
Answer: The graph shows the average temperatures of different years in the three cities; Dhaka, Chittagong, and Rajshahi. In the year 2009, the temperature of Dhaka is higher than either of the two cities. In this year the temperature in Dhaka is 23 c while it is 21 c in Chittagong and 22c in Rajshahi. Over the years the temperatures have increased in all these cities. It is noticeable that Dhaka’s temperature always remains higher than either of the cities. In 2010 the temperatures of Rajshahi and Chittagong remain the same as the previous years but it is one degree higher in Dhaka. The same trend is also noticeable in 2011 when Dhaka’s temperature is one degree increased while it is the same in the other two cities. In 2012 temperatures in Chittagong and Rajshahi are increased by one degree than the previous year. Dhaka’s temperature is always in the increase. According to the chart, the temperature in Dhaka is increased by one degree every year while the same increase does not occur in the case of Rajshahi and Chittagong.