1. Free market economy - 2. Consumers and producers drive pricing and production.
A free market economy is called so for a reason because the pricing and production depends on what the consumers and producers decide on. No governing body intervenes with the decision and the simple economic model is the only thing at play.
2. Mixed economy - 4. Government makes some economic decisions; individuals and companies make other decisions
In a mixed economy, the system is composed of the structures of command economy and free market economy. In this system the individuals and companies can still control some economic factors, however the government is already there to oversee and control some aspects.
3. Command economy - 3. Government-controlled production
In a command economy, as can be deduced from the previous answer, is a structure where only the government can control what is produced. The consumers and producers cannot have any say on the production and they must follow what the government orders.
4. Traditional economy - 1. Growing crops, herding animals, or even hunting and gathering
In a traditional economy, there is no government or any elaborate system present to govern the economic structure. Instead, the residents' way of living determines what is produced. This could either be farming, hunting, fishing, or any other ways, as long as they can produce resources for the place.
According to the constitution, each state has their own autonomy to create the laws that applicable exclusively in their state. This mean that technically the state could establish its own constitution as long as it does not undermine the authority of the constitution that is held by the federal government.