The National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) publishes AutoExec magazine, which annually reports on new vehicle sales and market shares by manufacturer. As given on the AutoExec magazine website in May 2006, new vehicle market shares in the United States for 2005 were as follows: 1 Chrysler/ Dodge/ Jeep 13.6%, Ford 18.3%, GM 26.3%, Japanese (Toyota/ Honda/ Nissan) 28.3%, other imports 13.5%. Construct a percent frequency bar chart and a percentage pie chart for the 2005 auto market shares.
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