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HORIZONTAL AXIS: In a graph, this is one of two lines that intersect at a right angle at their origins. This is the "X-axis" that runs from right and left. In most analyses, the variable measured on the X-axis is consider to be the independent variable.

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THREE QUESTIONS OF ALLOCATION

The three basic questions that an economy must answer because of limited resources and unlimited wants and needs are: What? How? and For Whom? The basic problem of scarcity requires every society to determine: What goods to produce? How to produce the goods? And who receives the goods that are produced?

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