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Types of Economies Storyboard
Updated: 9/28/2020
Types of Economies Storyboard
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  • I chose the duck plushie because ducks can fly.
  • I hope you love it! That'll be 9 dollars.
  • I've made a profit! Maybe now I'll be able to buy that pet snake!
  • I'm so excited to get my first pet!
  • Freedom of choice means that the the person is able to choose his own course of action and his own pat­tern of living. It is beneficial to Medha in this sense because she gets to choose what plushie she buys from Loryn.
  • Wait! Do I buy a snake or do I get a cat? I never thought about it until now.
  • Reptiles
  • Cats
  • Profit means financial gain. This gives Loryn the possibility to purchase her own snake because she has made a financial profit.
  • Ok that will be 81.08.
  • Loryn is on her way to Pet Comp to purchase a pet.
  • I still can't believe she's all mine!
  • Competition is the person or people with whom one is competing; the opposition. It is beneficial to Loryn because she has more options to choose from.
  • Loryn has finally purchased her own pet after saving her money for 2 months.
  • Personal property is movable property; belongings exclusive of land and buildings. Stevie, Loryn's new cat, is her personal property and she belongs to Loryn.
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