Historically speaking, how might economics influence exploration?
Exploration was related to power, rather than money; rich but small countries would not explore, while poorer, larger countries wielded greater influence.
Economics and exploration sometimes have a relationship, but sometimes do not; it is determined on a case-by-case basis.
Economics and exploration are typically unrelated.
Exploration was determined largely by a country’s wealth; wealthy countries could afford to explore and claim new land, while poor countries remained stagnant.
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