Economy jesus
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  • 1. By jesús
  • 2. People work at jobs in exchange for money, which they receive as a salary.
  • 3.  The primary sector extracts raw materials from nature.
  • 4.  The secondary sector processes raw materials to manufacture products.
  • 5. The tertiary sector is the service sector.
  • 6. Arable farming is the cultivation of plants for food crops and non-food crops. Arable farming is the cultivation of plants for food crops and non-food crops.  Dryland farming.  Irrigated farming.
  • 7.  Livestock farming  Bovine  Porcine  Ovine  Caprine  Avian
  • 8.  Extensive.  Intensive. Types of livestock farming
  • 9.  Fishing is the catching of fish and other aquatic animals for food.  Coastal fishing Deep-sea fishing
  • 10.  Mining is the extraction of rocks and minerals from the ground.  Forestry is the exploitation of forests to extract plant products.
  • 11.  Renewable sources: sunlight, water and wind.  Non-renewable sources: coal, oil, gas and nuclear energy.
  • 12.  Intermediate goods: They are used by other industries. Consumer goods: They are sold directly to the people.