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Goods & Services Wants & Needs By Kate Green ITRT – Suffolk City School 2007 SOL – 1.7, 1.8
Needs & Wants People can NOT have all the goods and services they want! You must choose some things and give up others!
Wants Something that you want, but can live without!
Needs Something you have to have to survive! Food Shelter Clothing
Goods Things people make or use to satisfy needs or wants.
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The Basics of Economics. Economic Activity Our economy, much like others around the world operate on a circular flow of economic activity. –Goods and.
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