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Scarcity exists because there are limited resources to meet unlimited wants and needs. true or false
Scarcity exists because there are limited resources to meet unlimited wants and needs. This is true.
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In a caste system, a person is assigned a status at birth and remains at that level throughout life.
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Theoretically, if a person or a country had an unlimited amount of a resource, then that person or country would: not have to make a choice on how to use it.
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