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Economic Activities

TermDefinition
Primary Economic Activity Primary economic activity involves taking natural resources from the land or the sea.
Renewable resources Renewable resources are resources that can be used over and over again
Non-renewable resources Non-renewable resources are resources that can only be used once.Non-renewable resources will eventually run out.
Hydroelectric Power Hydroelectric Power is created using the power of falling water. A dam is built across a river to trap the water. When part of the dam is opened the water rushes in. The water is used to turn a turbine which creates electricity
Secondary economic activity Secondary economic activity involves raw materials and making them into a finished product or semi-finished product.
Inputs These are the things that we need to put in at the start of a system.
Processes These are the things we do to the inputs to turn them into semi-finished or finished products.
Outputs These are the finished products that leave the system at the end.
Labour This the workforce involved in a system.
Created by: MissDWalker