Complete Economics for Cambridge IGCSE & O Level by Dan Moynihan
Cambridge IGCSE and O Level Economics Workbook Answers
Resources in an economy are scarce and needs and wants of individuals, firms and governments are unlimited. Option A states that wants are limited and resources are unlimited which is incorrect as wants are unlimited and resources limited. See pages 2 3 in the textbook for a more detailed explanation of the basic economic problem. Public domain web pages are available to anybody with access to the internet. Access therefore is unlimited. The other options running shoes, housing and tennis rackets are all limited in supply and are therefore economic goods.
I found the book is to be a complete text where students find content, practice materials and chapter end exercises which build their confidence to face the Cambridge assessment. In short this is truly a complete book. The course contents are arranged as per the Cambridge syllabus, and particularly the PowerPoint presentations and the worksheets are a good resource for the teachers. I would definitely recommend this book to all my students. I have been using successive versions of this book with students over many years. They find it highly accessible yet both rigorous and fun. It really does engage them and builds their understanding as well as their confidence in exams.
Go to our other sites. Endorsed by Cambridge Resources align to the syllabus they support, and have been through a detailed quality assurance process. This coursebook helps students apply tools of economic analysis, make judgements on economic issues and use basic economic numeracy and literacy. Sample questions provide opportunities for students to develop their evaluative skills. This revision guide helps build knowledge and understanding of economic theory, with exam-style questions and skills practice. Answers are provided at the back of the book.