Economics

According to the yardstick of poverty line, an individual in cities requires ______ calories and in rural areas requires ______ calories of food.


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2100; 2400


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According to the yardstick of poverty line, an individual in cities requires 2100 calories and in rural areas requires 2400 calories of food.
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