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Chapter 2: Economic Systems and Decision Making Chapter 3: Business Organizations Chapter 4: Demand Chapter 5: Supply Chapter 6: Prices and Decision Making Chapter 7: Market Structures Chapter 8: Employment, Labor and Wages Chapter 9: Sources of Government Revenue Chapter 10: Government Spending Businesses provide our wants and needs in exchange for money.