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what is a coast a land that borders an ocean
what are human resources the services, knowledge, skills, and intelligence workers provide
what is capital resources the tools , machines, buildings, and other equipment that a business uses to make goods or provide services
what is a culture the way of life of a particulair goup of people
what is an industry a business that makes goods in factories
what is a coastal plain a flat, level land along a coast
what is a cape a point of land that sticks out into the water
what is a bay a body of water partly surrounded by land but open to the sea
what is a glacier massive ice sheets, awesome force that can lift a rock as large as a house and carry it across a continent
what is a market economy in a market economy people are free to decide what to make, how to make it, and for whom to make it.
what is a command economy a system in which the government decides what to make, who will make it, and who will get it
what is a profit in a market economy, the money left over after a business pays its expenses
what is a constitution a plan for setting up and running a government
what is slavery an unjust system in which one person owns another
what is immigration the movement of people from one nation into another
what is manufacturing making goods from other materials
what is a commuter someone who travels between home and work each day
what is a judicical branch the part of a government that interprets, or explains, laws in the court
what is a legislative branch the part of a government that makes laws
what is a executive branch the part of government that puts laws into action
what is a govener the officail who leads the executive branch for his or her state
suburb a community that grows outside of a larger city
what is a university a school with several colleges that each focus on one area of study
what is a skyscraper a very tall building
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