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What are resources that provide energy to power machines?

Wind, water, and oil

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Resources that cannot be used or replaced naturally or grown again

Renewable resources

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These are resources that have limited supplies of them and they cannot be replaced.

Nonrenewable resources

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What is this type nonrenewable resource, it is coal, oil, and natural gas. What are they called?

Fossil fuels

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This type of energy is powered made by creating a atomic reaction.

Nuclear energy

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What countries do not need they trade it to another country. This is called?

Export

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Growing food for sale in markets

Commercial farming

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When a country cannot produce as much as they need of a good, or buy it from another country. What is this called?

Import

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A tax added to the price of goods that are imported.

Tariff

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A number limit, or how many items of a particular product that can be imported from a particular country.

Quota

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Taking down the trade barrier so that goods flow freely among countries

Free trade

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What are the three countries that set up NAFTA

Untied States, Mexico, and Canada

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Countries that have a great deal of manufacturing

Developed countries

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Countries working towards industrialization, are called

Developing countries

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Where are developing countries found?

Africa, Asia, and Latin America

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What are developed countries?

Europe, North America, Australia, and Japan

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What are two types of barriers that affect trade?

Tariffs and quotas

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What is growing enough food for their own families?

Subsistence Farming

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What are types of renewable resources?

Wind, sun,

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Are products of the earth that people use to meet their needs

Natural resources