How will it be produced?
How much will be produced?
For whom will it be produced?
How much will it cost to produce?
Today’s child would see her life as simpler than the life of a child in the 1820s
Today’s child would see her life as less complicated than the life of a child in the 1820s.
Today’s child would see her life as more difficult than the life of a child in the 1820s.
Today’s child would see her life with more opportunity than the life of a child in the 1820s
Spend it on needs instead of wants
Spend it on wants instead of needs.
Choose some needs and some wants
Keep spending until the money runs out
The locations of important military forts
The end of the line for major travel routes
Started by priests during colonial times
Located on major sources of fresh water
She will be able to defend herself in court
She likely will have a good chance of getting a government job
She likely will make more money than many citizens
She will be able to run a successful business
eat smaller snacks
Spend less on gifts
Quit her paper route
Save all of her allowance
Jeremy wanted the $100 more than he wanted the baseball cards.
Jeremy thought his baseball card collection was worth more than $100
Jermey knew that Alexis would enjoy the baseball cards more than he would
Jeremy believed that Alexis was the only one who wanted his baseball cards
Gulf of Mexico
Prisoners being shipped out of Ireland
The hiring of Irish workers to replace African slaves.
A need for servants on the Western frontier
A lack of food and jobs in Ireland
The oil and gas companies are important to the economy of Louisiana.
People will buy less gasoline, so the state collects less money for gasoline sales.
The state government uses most of the gasoline bought in the state
People in Louisiana require more public services when gasoline is expensive
Regulate the economy.
Maintain the military
Organize public events
Provide for its citizens