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What do we call materials that come from nature? natural resources
What do we call people working to produce goods and services? human resources
What do we call goods made by people and used to produce other goods and services? capital resources
What do we call people who use resources to make goods and/or provide services? producers
What are things that people make or use to satisfy needs and wants. goods
What are activities that satisfy people’s needs and wants? services
Water, wood, soil, and coal are examples of this kind of resources. natural resource
An example of a capital resource tool
An example of a natural resource wind
An example of a human resource. carpenter
Computers, paper, toys, and crayons are exaples of things people want or _________. goods
Computers, paper, toys, and crayons are examples of things people want or _________. goods
A haircut, a merry go round ride, and a manicure are examples of ____________ . services
What do we call the study of the production and distribution and consumption of goods?and services economics
Created by: mrstompkins