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Aug 10th, 2015
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Economists use Gross Domestic Product (GDP) to measure the economic activity and the national income.

  1. What are the major components of the USA GDP? Explain the contribution of each component to the GDP with data. What is the difference between real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and nominal GDP? What is the relationship between the real GDP and the business cycle?

2.  Gross Domestic Product (GDP) only measures the value of marketed goods and services for a country during a given period of time. Is the GDP measure underestimating or overestimating national production and total income in the economy? Why? What are the limitations of the GDP in measuring total output and national welfare? What products (services) are excluded from the GDP computation?

1) The table below indicates the total quantity supplied and demanded of flashlights at different price levels. 

Make certain to label the equilibrium price and equilibrium quantity.

Price

Quantity Demanded

Per Month

Quantity Supplied

Per Month

$5

6,000

10,000

$4

8,000

8,000

$3

10,000

6,000

$2

12,000

4,000

$1

14,000

2,000

a.  Draw Supply and Demand Curves.


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