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Primary Economic Activities. An economic activity that relies directly upon natural resources. Examples: Fishing Mining Farming Ranching. Secondary Economic Activities. An economic activity in which people use raw materials to produce or manufacture new products of greater value.

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    1. Primary Economic Activities • An economic activity that relies directly upon natural resources. • Examples: • Fishing • Mining • Farming • Ranching

    2. Secondary Economic Activities • An economic activity in which people use raw materials to produce or manufacture new products of greater value. • Examples: • Turning wheat into flour • Milling lumber into plywood • Making fish into packaged fish sticks • Turning gold into a bracelet

    3. Tertiary Economic Activities • Economic Activity where people are engaged in the service industry. • Examples: • Lawyers • Doctors • Waitresses • Firefighters • Mechanics

    4. Quaternary Economic Activities • Economic Activities that focuses on getting, processing and sharing information. • Examples: • Education • Researchers • Government workers • CEO’s • Technology creators