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Wants are things people would like to have, such as… and toys. a CD player, a bicycle,
Other wants may be… a television, a car, or a video game.
Needs are things people must have to live, such as… food, shelter, clothing, and medical care.
Do you know the difference between wants and needs? Choose the one that is a need. a televisionfood
Is this a want or a need? want
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Is this a want or a need? need
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