Complete the table to show how sectors are dependent on each other.

Q.:- Complete the table to show how sectors are dependent on each other.

Table 2.1 Examples of Economic Activities

Example

What Does This Show

Imagine what would happen if farmers refuse to sell sugarcane to a particular sugar mill. The mill will have to shut down.

Imagine what would happen to cotton cultivation if companies decide not to buy from the Indian market and import all cotton they need from other countries. Indian cotton cultivation will become less profitable and the farmers may even go bankrupt, if they cannot quickly switch to other crops. Cotton prices will fall.

 

Farmers buy many goods such as tractors, pumpsets, electricity equipments, pesticides and fertilizers. Imagine what would happen if the price of fertilizers or pumpsets go up. Cost of cultivation of the farmers will rise and their profits will be reduced.

 

People working in industrial and service sector need food. Imagine what would happen if there is a strike by transporters and lorries refuse to take vegetables, milk, etc from rural areas. Food will become scarce in urban areas whereas farmers will be unable to sell their products.

This is an example of the secondary or   industrial   sector   being dependent on the primary,

 

 

 

Answer:-

  Examples of Economic Activities

Example What Does This Show
Imagine what would happen if farmers refuse to sell sugarcane to a particular sugar mill. The mill will have to shut down.

Imagine what would happen to cotton cultivation if companies decide not to buy from the Indian market and import all cotton they need from other countries. Indian cotton cultivation will become less profitable and the farmers may even go bankrupt, if they cannot quickly switch to other crops. Cotton prices will fall.

Farmers buy many goods such as tractors, pumpsets, electricity, pesticides and fertilizers. Imagine what would happen if the price of fertilizers or pumpsets go up. Cost of cultivation of the farmers will rise and their profits will be reduced.

People working in industrial and service sector need food. Imagine what would happen if there is a strike by transporters and lorries refuse to take vegetables, milk, etc from rural areas. Food will become scarce in urban areas whereas farmers will be unable to sell their products.

This is an example of the secondary or industrial   sector   being dependent on the primary.

 

This is an example of primary sector which is dependent on secondary sector.

 

 

 

 

This is an example of the primary sector i.e.,   agriculture being dependent on the secondary sector, i. e., industry.

 

 

 

 

This is an example of the primary sector being dependent on the tertiary sector.