Test: AP Human Geography

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What is the difference between a basic industry and a nonbasic industry?

Basic industries cater to consumers within the same area, while nonbasic industries export to consumers outside of the area.

Basic industries export to consumers outside of the area, while nonbasic industries cater to consumers within the same area.

Nonbasic industries become basic industries once they have been established for ten years.

Basic industries take finished parts and produce the final products, while nonbasic industries only work with raw materials.

Basic industries only work with raw materials, while nonbasic industries take finished parts and produce the final products.

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