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Only then is the exchange possible. Tools and weapons were made of animal teeth and bones, branches and small stones. Utensils such as bowls for storing water were made from clay and stones or provided from the cleaned-out insides of seeds such as the coconut.

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Grass was used to make baskets. However the SBA is the only reprieve as it's kinda interesting. How our ancestors satisfied their needs and wants S Our early ancestors satised their primary needs for food, clothing, shelter and protection directly from nature. Notwithstanding, if you think you can manage the boredom of POB then go ahead. This act of settling down created the conditions for a more orderly and peaceful existence, in which family units could thrive by gathering food, caring for plants that they found in the immediate environment and even, through trial and error, learning to cultivate and tend crops for themselves. Firstly, it was mind-numbingly boring with absolutely no analysis required and the syllabus is inexhaustibly long. Fishing in rivers and watercourses provided sh and seaweeds.

Are you ready for our history lesson? You must now examine the history of business activity in order to understand why changes were necessary. You should be able to use the words and terms from the previous topic. For example, how many Example A subsistence economy continued for thousands of years, until groups of hunters and gatherers found it convenient to abandon their nomadic way of life and settle down on the embankments of rivers, streams and waterways.

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You could include stones, grass, bones and similar answers. The development of the barter system P You have seen that our early ancestors satised their needs directly from nature, hardly altering the original state of the goods by cooking or applying any form of processing.

Food came from animals, trees, the seas and the earth.

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Fish and seaweeds were sourced from the sea. Imagine you were living in a primitive society; list ve items you would use as food, and the source for each item. These exchanges all involve the giving of one item for another, and money is not used.

Pob study guide

Fishing in rivers and watercourses provided sh and seaweeds. For example, how many Example A subsistence economy continued for thousands of years, until groups of hunters and gatherers found it convenient to abandon their nomadic way of life and settle down on the embankments of rivers, streams and waterways. Utensils such as bowls for storing water were made from clay and stones or provided from the cleaned-out insides of seeds such as the coconut. In fact, one of the reasons why I sat POB was because I was told that it was an easy subject therefore I grasped the opportunity to do it. Firstly, it was mind-numbingly boring with absolutely no analysis required and the syllabus is inexhaustibly long. Fish and seaweeds were sourced from the sea. For instance, a Taino family producing corn on the banks of a river in Guyana still relished the meat and skins that Kalinago hunters from the interior possessed in large quantities. This act of settling down created the conditions for a more orderly and peaceful existence, in which family units could thrive by gathering food, caring for plants that they found in the immediate environment and even, through trial and error, learning to cultivate and tend crops for themselves. You could include stones, grass, bones and similar answers. You must now examine the history of business activity in order to understand why changes were necessary. Notwithstanding, if you think you can manage the boredom of POB then go ahead. Wood and stones were used to make resides for the cooking of food and provision of warmth. An economic system where needs and wants are satised directly from nature is referred to by economists as a subsistence economy. This condition is referred to as a double coincidence of wants. Are you ready for our history lesson?

Notwithstanding, if you think you can manage the boredom of POB then go ahead.

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