The following chart shows how a child spent his pocket money over a weekend. The child spent his pocket money on 4 different things which are ice-cream, movie, dinner and shirt.
The child spent the most money on dinner and the least percentage of pocket money was spent on ice-cream. The reason that the least percentage of the money was spent on ice-cream was that ice-cream is a quite cheap product and it is not too costly. The highest percentage of the money was spent on dinner because it is quite expensive to buy dinner on weekends. The child also spent 20% of his pocket money on a movie whereas 30% of the pocket money was spent to buy a shirt. The percentage of money spent on movie was 10% more than the money spent on the shirt. The percentage of money spent on dinner was twice the percentage of money spent on movie.
The child spent most of his money on dinner because people tend to eat food at restaurants and they are often accompanied by friends and family members. The child spent a significant amount of his pocket money on buying a shirt because it is a common practice of people shop for different things.