The provided pie charts show changes in expending patterns of batives in the UK from 1971 to 2001. It is clearly seen from the graphs, the significant expenditure made on food by the British citizens during 1971 and it reduced to 14% in 2001. The ratio of expenses on computer increased from 2% to 12% in the given time period. However, the outlay to buy petrol was nearly same in both years, which was accounted as 10% and 8% during 1971 and 2001 respectively. The amount was spend on books by UK 's people; plunged from 6% to 1%. The British citizenmore interested to spending on restaurants in 1971 instead of 2001. The exoenses on restaurants were just over doubled in 1971. There was a minor difference in spendibg on furniture during both years which was 9% in 1971 and declined to 8% in 2001.
Overall, the significant amount spend on food and insignificant on computers in 1971 whereas maximum expenditure on cars and a small proportion of money on books in 2001.