Resources are ____ distributed throughout the world. evenly unevenly rarely

Resources are ____ distributed throughout the world. evenly unevenly rarely often

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Solution 1

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The correct answer is unevenly.

Economic factors, geography, climate, and government structures all play a role in the reasoning behind why resources are distributed unevenly throughout the world. For example, in America resources are unevenly distributed. One of the biggest reasons why this is the case is because our country is based around an economic system in which people need money in order to by resources. People with more money, tend to have more resources.

Solution 2

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Answer:

unevenly

Explanation:

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