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Millionaires
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Can’t Touch
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Circular Flow
Payments earned by
households; may include
salaries, wages, and interest.
A 100
The process of putting money
someplace with the intention
of making a financial gain.
EX. Stock Market
A 200
Payments earned by
households; may include
salaries, wages, and interest.
A 300
Money set aside for a future
use that is held in easilyaccessed accounts, such as
savings accounts.
A 400
Trading goods and services
with other people because
both parties expect to benefit
from the trade.
A 500
An amount or portion of a
resource assigned to a
particular recipient.
B 100
The second-best alternative
that must be given up when
you choose to do something
else
B 200
Any reward or benefit, such as money,
advantage or good feeling that
motivates people to do something.
B 300
Human wants are unlimited;
resources are limited.
B 400
A strategy that allows
individuals to consider all
possible alternatives so that
they can make an informed
decision.
B 500
Most millionaires are college
graduates.
C 100
If you save $2,000 a year
from age 22 to age 65 at 8
percent interest, your savings
will be more than $700,000 at
age 65.
C 200
Most millionaires work in
glamorous jobs, such as sports,
entertainment, or high tech.
C 300
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C 400
Most millionaires work fewer
than 40 hours a week.
C 400
Millionaires tend to avoid the
stock market.
C 500
John watches TV the night
before a major exam.
D 100
Mark buys a car just before
going to college.
D 200
Lauren studies on Friday and
Saturday.
D 300
Alex saves his money under
his mattress.
D 400
Michael is a high school
student and works a full time
job (40 hours a week).
D 500
John wants to get a job during
the summer.
E 100
Mark wants to be a doctor.
E 200
Lauren wants to finish
reading To Kill a
Mocking Bird by the
end of Christmas
Break.
E 300
Alex is a 10th grader and wants
to attend a College immediately
after graduating from high
school.
E 400
Michael wants to get in shape by
the New Year (January 1st).
E 500
These two groups are the
main participants in the
Economy.
F 100
The ‘Money Flow’ goes this
way and the ‘Real Flow” goes
this way.
F 200
Explain how products and
services flow through the
Economy.
F 300
Explain how money flows
through the economy.
F 400
Give a Real Life Example of
the Circular Flow
F 500
The Final Jeopardy Category is:
Circular Flow Model
Please record your wager.
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Why can’t the circular flow
model work without the
individuals/households and the
businesses (Be Specific)?
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