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Migration, immigrate

Migration, Immigrants, Push and Pull factors, etc

What is an immigrant? A person who leaves one area to move to another.
what is urbanization? The process where a small rural settlement turns into a big urban area
What is population density? The average number of people living in a certain area.
What is the economic system? A way people use resources to make and exchange goods.
what does GDP stand for? Gross Domestic Product.
What is GDP? The total value of all the goods and services produced in a year
What is A pull Factor? A reason people move where they move to.
What is a Push Factor? A reason that people move put of a place
What is a natural resource? Something found in nature that is necessary or useful to humans.
What is a traditional economy? An economy where goods and services are traded, but money is rarely exchanged. Also called barter.
What is a command economy? An economy where production of goods and services is decided by the central government.
What is a Market economy? An economy where the production of goods and services is determined by the costumer demand.
What is a Mixed Economy? A combination of command and market economy.
What is internal migration? When you move to a place that's inside the same country
What is external migration? When you move to a place that's outside of that country
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