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Countries do this because they can’t produce or make things for themselves.
a) Import b) Export c) Specialization d) Competition
Products or resources that come into a country are known as what?
a) Import b) Export c) Specialization d) Competition
Early trade started because people didn’t have certain resources like what?
a) Salt b) Oats c) Money d) None of these
Products or resources that are sold or traded to other countries are known as what?
a) Import b) Export c) Specialization d) Competition
Which of the bellow is the greatest indicator of a country being developed or developing?
a) Gross Domestic Product (GDP) b) Literacy c) Death Rate d) Infant Mortality Rate
To measure economic development, geographers may look at such figures as…
a) Literacy b) Health Information c) life expectancy d) All of these
This economy produces goods and services as they are deemed needed by the demand of consumers.
a) Traditional Economy b) Market Economy c) Command Economy d) Mixed Economy
This economy is a combination of command and market economies.
a) Traditional Economy b) Market Economy c) Command Economy d) Mixed Economy
In this economy goods and services are traded, and money is rarely exchanged.
a) Traditional Economy b) Market Economy c) Command Economy d) Mixed Economy
Which economy has the government decide what goods and services will be produced.
a) Traditional Economy b) Market Economy c) Command Economy d) Mixed Economy
What are different ways that people use resources to make and exchange goods and services
a) Economy b) Mixed Economy c) Economic System d) Command Economy
What type of resource is one never runs out, and often produces energy? Examples of this type of resource are wind, sunlight, and tides.
a) Non-Renewable resource b) Non-Rewardable resource c) Renewable resource d) Unlimited resource
What type of resource is one that can’t easily be replaced? Examples of this type of resource are metals and fossil fuels.
a) Non-Renewable resource b) Non-Rewardable resource c) Renewable resource d) Unlimited resource
What type of resource is one that nature can replace? An example of this type of resource is a tree.
a) Non-Renewable resource b) Non-Rewardable resource c) Renewable resource d) Unlimited resource
As ________ changes over time the ________ of that resources change as well. Meaning that a resource is not useful until the technology exists to change it into something useful.
a) Technology; usefulness b) interests in a resource; value c) looks; value d) Technology; value
True or False. Natural resources are evenly distributed around the world.
a) True b) False c) d)
Do natural resource attract or push people away from certain areas?
a) Attract b) Push c) d)
True or False? Developing countries typically specialize in raw materials or low-cost items.
a) True b) False c) d)
True or False? Developed countries typically specialize in raw materials or low-cost items.
a) True b) False c) d)
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