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Gross Domestic Product is defined as: a. intermediate goods plus final goods. c. National income plus depreciation. b. NNP minus depreciation. d. Dollar amount of all
final goods and services produced within a country’s national border in a year.
Gross Domestic Product is defined as: d. Dollar amount of all final goods and services produced within a country s national border in a year.
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User: Gross Domestic Product is defined as: a. intermediate goods plus final goods. c. National income plus depreciation. b. NNP minus depreciation. d. Dollar amount of all final goods and services produced within a country’s national border in a year.

Weegy: Gross Domestic Product is defined as: d. Dollar amount of all final goods and services produced within a country s national border in a year.
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User: Gross Domestic Product is an index that measures price changes by domestic producers.

User: C + G + I +F is the formula to determine GDP. What does the G in the formula represent? a. government spending c. grants b. goods d. gambling

Weegy: C + G + I +F is the formula to determine GDP. What does the G in the formula represent? a. government spending
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