Significant Statistical Findings
USA and Australia
We chose to highlight the areas below because they all influence the country the most on what they eat.
Arable land is the amount of land a country has to grow crops.
GDP per Capita
This graph shows the GDP per capita of Australia and USA. The amount is much greater in Australia than America.
The population of the US far exceeds the population of Australia.
These three data points influence what people eat in Australia and USA. Knowing how much arable land each country has and how many people they must feed, we can understand if the country must find another way to get food besides farming.
Food Cost per Week
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