Explain about the circular-flow of economic activities, Macroeconomics

Explain about the circular-flow of economic activities.

Circular-Flow of Economic Activities:

Economic Agents:   

a. Households

b. Firms

Where they interact:  

a. Markets for goods and services

b. Markets for factors of production

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