## What is production and distribution?

Production, distribution, and consumption are related to how goods and services are created and made available to the public. As people buy, sell, and make goods, they become interdependent upon one another to supply what they need or to purchase what they sell.

## What are types of inequalities?

Five types of inequality

- political inequality;
- differing life outcomes;
- inequality of opportunity;
- treatment and responsibility;
- shared equality of membership in the areas of nation, faith and family.

## What is the meaning of inequality give two examples?

The definition of inequality is a difference in size, amount, quality, social position or other factor. An example of inequality is when you have ten of something and someone else has none.

## What do you mean by distribution?

Definition: Distribution means to spread the product throughout the marketplace such that a large number of people can buy it. Distribution involves doing the following things: 1. A good transport system to take the goods into different geographical areas.

## What is distribution of income in economics?

Defining and Measuring Income Distribution. Income distribution is the smoothness or equality with which income is dealt out among members of a society. If everyone earns exactly the same amount of money, then the income distribution is perfectly equal.

## What are inequalities used for in real life?

Inequalities are arguably used more often in “real life” than equalities. Businesses use inequalities to control inventory, plan production lines, produce pricing models, and for shipping/warehousing goods and materials. Look up linear programming or the Simplex method.

## Why do we need inequalities?

In mathematics, inequalities are used to compare the relative size of values. They can be used to compare integers, variables, and various other algebraic expressions. A description of different types of inequalities follows.

## What jobs use inequalities?

Careers using linear equations range from health care workers to store clerks and everything in between.

- Business Manager.
- Financial Analyst.
- Computer Programmer.
- Research Scientist.
- Professional Engineer.
- Resource Manager.
- Architect and Builder.
- Health Care Professional.

## What are the rules of inequality?

When solving an inequality: • you can add the same quantity to each side • you can subtract the same quantity from each side • you can multiply or divide each side by the same positive quantity If you multiply or divide each side by a negative quantity, the inequality symbol must be reversed.