Created on February 6, 2024
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Made by Viola Liistro and Viola Terruso
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Development GNI per capita & Literacy rate
From our scatter graph is visible the relationship between GNI per capita and literacy rate, they are directly proportional.In fact the higher is the GNI per capita the higher will be the percentage of people who are literate.This happens for a simple reason: GNI per capita is an average of how much every single person earn in that country, so a richer country will give much more possibilities and services to its population than a poor country, who does not have the resources. In conclusion wheltier countries invest money on improving their population's writing and reading skills.Liberia is a perfect example of a poor and illiterate country.
Are this two development indicators connected to each other in some way?What can we notice from the scatter graph?
As we can see not everything in the graph seems to be perfect, in fact obviously some countries differ from the relationship. For example Iraq has the highest GNI, even though we know it is a poor country. This happens because in Iraq there are few riches but that have an incredible amount of money, so when had been done an average the population results richer while actually the major part is poor and due to this can't afford a good education.