This graph shows the amounts of fruit--in kg per household--purchased in Japan between 1997 and 2006. First of all, we see that the ten items are divided into two categories: one at the top of the graph, the other at the bottom. In the first category we have bananas, oranges, and apples. In the second category we have watermelons, pears, strawberries, melons, persimmons, grapes, and peaches. Now, letfs come back to the first category. Bananas had an interesting evolution. They started at the bottom of this category, but they eventually overtook both apples and oranges. Therefore, in the year 2006 bananas sold the most among all fruits in the Archipelago. Apples and oranges had a similar trend throughout. Next, let us look at the second category....