What is the subject and predicate for the sentenceA natural resource is a material found in nature that is useful or necessary to living things?
The complete subject is "A natural resource" and the complete predicate is "is a material found in nature that is useful or necessary to living things". The simple subject is "resource" and the simple predicate is "is".
Garbage is renewable. There is always more coming tomorrow. But it is not a resource, unless you are using it to generate methane (CH4). Then it is a renewable resource. A: No, because the definition of a renewable resource is any natural resource that is recycled or replaced constantly by nature. A natural resource is a part of the environment that is useful or necessary for the survival of living organisms. Garbage is constantly replaced…
A scarce resource is any material good that has a limited supply. Technically, air is a scarce resource, like all material, due to the law of conservation of matter. However, because it is initially plentiful and renewable on a mass scale, there's little reason to fear a shortage, which mustn't be confused with scarcity.