social studies

1) Which of these are best categorized as public goods and services?

a. grocery store and hospital

b. playground and neighborhood park

c. amusement park and skating rink

d. pharmacy and doctors office

I don't really get this one but I think the answer is A

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  1. Ms.Sue?

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  2. Which ONE is not supported by or dependent on private money?

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  3. Is it B?

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  4. Yes.

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  5. right

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  6. That is incorrect. Grocery Stores and hospitals are private companies. The answer would be playgrounds and neighborhood parks. These are resources provided by the local government.

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  7. D
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    100% corect

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  8. black hawk is right

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  9. Black Hawk is correct for Unit 1 Lesson 6 for connexus

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  10. Black Hawk~sama is right.

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  11. Umm- one question o.O Why is the same question on a unit review?

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