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How is nominal GDP converted into real GDP? A. by adding up all of the real purchases made in the economy B. through eliminating the effects of price increases on GDP growth C. by adding all incomes earned in an economy to total expenditures by consumers, businesses, and government D. by adding the contributions of American-owned factories in foreign countries
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Nominal GDP converted into real GDP: through eliminating the effects of price increases on GDP growth.


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