Resources and Products Flow Model

I have a problem in economics on Resources and Products Flow Model. Please help me in the following question. The eventual owners of all resources and products in the society are as follows: (i) households. (ii) Firms. (iii) The tax-paying public. (iv) Government. (v) Corporations.

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