The two graphs provide data on the gender and quantity of athletes who have competed in the Games since they started. Although the line graph displays the number of participants, the bar chart shows how many men and women entered the Games.
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The bar graph makes it clear that, up until 2012, men consistently entered the Games at a higher rate than women. There were scarcely any women competing in the Games between 1924 and 1952, while there were over 4,000 male competitors. Nonetheless, the number of female athletes dramatically increased in 2012, reaching about 5,000, just around 1,000 fewer than male competitors.
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The pattern in the line graph, which depicts an increase in participants over the century, is similar. The number of athletes increased significantly between 1984 and 2012, going from just over 6,000 to over 10,000 in that year.
In conclusion, there have been significantly more athletes competing in the Olympic Games since 1924. This is especially true for female participants, who are now almost as dominant as male ones.