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Define human made resources

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Human beings change resources in two new form like people use natural resources to make buildings, bridges ,machinery and vehicles with the help of technology such resources are called human-made resources. We all know that resources is an extensive term, it is basically anything that can be considered a valuable addition. Anything from air to gold are all resources. Let us take a look at the two broad types. When we human beings use any natural stuffs to make something new that provides utility and value to our lives, it is called human-made resources. In the same manner, when one use metals, cement, sand, wood, & solar energy to make vehicles, bridges, roads, buildings, machinery, etc. they become man-made resources. Likewise, technology is also a man-made resource.

 Man-made resources are mostly renewable. One can re-build a building or fixed a broken of resources – natural resources and man-made resources. Plus, as humans we have desired skills, intelligence, and knowledge, and use technology to transform a natural resource into usable and valuable things, they themselves become a resource. That is what we know as Human Resource. Human resources are the people who add utility to the resources by adding value to it. Manmade resources are the objects that are converted into accessible forms after changing their original forms. For example electricity is a human-made resource. Humanized resources are items or substances that have value to human lives that do not occur in the natural world. Examples of man-made resources include plastic, paper, soda, sheet metal, rubber and brass. These contrast with natural resources, such as water, crops, sunlight, crude oil, wood and gold.

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