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Review Quiz 2-2 4th

Refinery place where crude oil is changed into a usable form.
Monopoly a system that maintains complete control of a product or service
Boom time when businesses grow quickly and strongly
Sanitation protection of public health through cleanliness
Settlement house a place that offers help with services such as education, meals, and health care
Trolley electric railcars
Inventor person who creates a new product, a new way of performing tasks, or a way of improving existing products
Patent right to make money from an invention
Longitude distance east or west of the prime meridian, measured in degrees
Latitude distance north or south of equator measured in degrees
Underground Railroad system for helping enslaved people escape to freedom
Reformer person trying to bring about change for the better
Commercial relating to business activity
Natural Resources are resources that are found in nature. (water, timber, coal, animals, natural gas)
Human Resources human labor that goes into making a good or providing a service. (Farmers, doctors, cashiers)
Capital goods refers to tools, equipment, and machines, needed to produce other goods and services.
Relative location refers to the position of a place or entity based on its positive with respect to other locations. For example, the location of the US Capitol is located about 38 miles southwest of Baltimore.
Absolute location describes the location of a place based on a fixed point on earth. The most common way is to identify the location using coordinates such as latitude and longitude.
Bill of rights The first 10 amendments of the Constitution
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