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1. Scarcity
As mentioned before, our wants and needs are virtually unlimited, but our resources to satisfy those desires are limited. Thus, we must choose which desires to satisfy. To use resources sustainably, our goal is to use them effectively and efficiently.

2. Opportunity Cost

This concept goes hand in hand with scarcity. Commonly known as the basic relationship between scarcity and choice, opportunity cost is a benefit someone gives up in order to gain something else. For example, if you have $10 to spend but you must choose between spending it on food and spending it on a book, you must give up one to attain the other. The opportunity cost of buying food is the book, since you no longer reap the benefits of owning the book.

3. Supply and Demand
Maybe you've heard of this before, but never truly understood what it meant. Markets are driven by supply and demand; it's what causes fluctuations in prices and the exchange rate. Let's take a look at demand first.

4. Incentives
People respond to incentives. Governments offer them because they can motivate individuals to act a certain way, which can be a good thing. For example, if a government offers subsidies to firms who reduce their pollution to a specified amount, firms will want to minimize their pollution so they can take advantage of the subsidy. Here's another example:

5. Purchasing Power
If you have a dollar one year, it's still worth the same as a dollar in the future, isn't it? Wrong. While it may still be defined as a single dollar, inflation has caused it to be worth less than it was before. Let me explain: say that your dollar can buy you a candy bar. One year later, you go back to the convenience store to purchase that same candy bar, but you notice the price has now risen to $1.10. Inflation pushed the price up, indicating that you need more than a dollar to purchase the same candy bar. Thus, your purchasing power has declined.

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Scarcity
Opportunity cost
Supply and demand
Incentives
Purchasing power

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Yes, if you've had a healthy pregnancy, there's no reason why you and your partner can't have a full and satisfying sex life. Your baby is snugly protected by the amniotic sac and the strong muscles of your womb (uterus), while the thick mucus plug that seals your cervix helps to guard against infection.

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Re: . by Riddor: 7:21am on January 4

What is meaning of this because some one can't understand what this mean at all, can someone kindly explained this and the meaning

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Distance learning is a way of learning remotely without being in regular face-to-face contact with a teacher in the classroom. In the UK such learning has its roots in students learning through correspondence courses.
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More than 270,000 undergraduate students are taking their first degrees via distance learning, together with some 108,000 postgraduate students.
In recent years the advent of the internet and widespread use of the computer has led to a huge growth in distantly delivered tuition and study.
At undergraduate level distance learning usually means students engaging with learning materials at home or work.
These materials are produced by the university, college or learning provider and are either sent directly to the student or more usually today accessed via the internet.
Tutorial support is provided via a virtual learning environment, telephone, email or other electronic means.
There may be occasional face-to-face encounters with tutors and attendance at week-long summer schools.
The majority of UK undergraduate students study with the Open University (although many universities offer distance learning programmes); postgraduates study elsewhere.

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Afrobeat (a style of popular music incorporating elements of African music and jazz, soul, and funk) as a genre started in the late 60s and early 70s with Fela Anikulapo Kuti as its progenitor.

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Since then, Afrobeat has continuously waxed stronger and evolved in this contemporary times. Somehow, the westerners again renamed ‘Afrobeat’ music to ‘Afrobeats’ with the latter incorporating all new sounds of African origin. Despite the dispute in nomenclature as to whether contemporary African music and sound should still be labelled Afrobeat or Afrobeats the genre has steadily gained global acceptance and penetration.

A lot of Nigerian artistes like Burna Boy and Wizkid are repping the genre very well and are very keen on selling it to the world.


Over the few years of their career Burna Boy and Wizkid have released music strongly reminiscent on Fela Kuti’s kind of music although not in entirety. Or better put, Wizkid and Burna Boy have sampled Fela, the Afrobeat legend, from time to time in their songs. Accolades and loud applause are given anything someone finds a way to infuse Fela’s music into their songs.


Then again, debates spring up from time to time between these two artistes Burna Boy and Wizkid as to whom is repping the essence of Afrobeat in their music better than the other. Hence, they’re hailed as ‘young Fela’, ‘Fela back’ or with any other phrases that connotes the spirit of Fela lives on in them. Depending on the flow of trends sometimes the debates tilt in favour of Wizkid and some other time Burna Boy is held in higher esteem.

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Starting from February 16 and it 3 weeks elections, we vote till March 3 2019

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Where do I find the RSS feed URL?


Want to send your blog posts to your readers automatically using our Blog Broadcast feature? You'll first need to get a hold of the URL address of the RSS feed of your blog.

This can prove to be a bit difficult without a little guidance. To help you to find this address, we've put together the instructions below. If you still have issues finding it, feel free to contact our customer solutions team for assistance.

How to Find Your RSS Address

The easiest way to get the address, no matter what web browser you're using, is to look at the HTML source of your page.

How you view it in your web browser will differ, but in most browsers, you'll choose the Page Source or Source option under the View menu near the top of the window.


Once the window appears with the HTML for your page, use the "Find" feature (typically Ctrl-F on a PC, Command-F on a Mac) and search for RSS (without the quotes).


You should be taken to a line that reads something like:

www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://help.aweber.com/hc/en-us/articles/204031176-Where-do-I-find-the-RSS-feed-URL-&ved=2ahUKEwi9pJvxtMjfAhU7TBUIHaqMAEEQFjAAegQIBBAB&usg=AOvVaw08mHTtP7KMhVdd-bDjltJ7

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National open university of Nigeria (Noun)

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I spent it on my handwork and to reason how my life is going to good and to succeed it in life

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The rest of the best dresser

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During all this doesn't not mean she is a good wife materials, she might likes the work or her priority

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Happy December to everyone in forum wish all good life and joy and happiness in advanced

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Goods to here that from our government may god continued to blessed them and enrich there pockets with lot of fund

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Thank for the enlightened us about moving nigeria to geography expression, this realy entiles my brain

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When NAPTAN going to end,or suspend the strike because it getting to all in fact worst to the core

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Re: #Day38 #2018ASUUStrike. by Riddor: 8:01am on December 12

What is the uses of the money because I don't understand all what about fg

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Eepa, what is this? Is this hostel or waste bin building in facts this is not student building talk less of hostel

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Is there much student in that school because it private section

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This is good information and happy to hear this,it course a celebrations for them to be excited

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Wow these are good students and good corps indeed in Nigeria because I can't believed this can happen

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Thank expert but when this we cut off of dismissed because I couldn't find the expired date abi till further notice

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Haaaaa is this serious, is more expensive than what he should do 190m very much expensive

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She most been serious and intelligent student in class moreover she is great student in school

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When was this asuu strike will dismissed and let the school resume in normal time so student we no there level

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Thank for updating us for this special school even though the school is not popular like others

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Thanks brother may god continue blessed you with straight and power to be sending this

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There's serious problem now be that because corruption would commenced as at that particular time

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Thanks for reminding us for latest news. May God let our name be among these list that out this year

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May god bless this forum for these enlightenment we archives all days,.in fact interested in this and love this site

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They are all try to enjoy there life style and by lavish any how also be happy of there self

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May god help us and guide us in whatever we are doing in this life (amen)

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Re: . by Riddor: 7:49pm on November 24

These are chepeteries lady's in town
These women are parties ladys and homeless people do such

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Re: . by Riddor: 7:45pm on November 24

These are chepeteries Ladys in town
Homeless people

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