Macro Unit 2.1- GDP and Economic [Hindi] Difference between GDP, 2 months ago   03:38

Jacob Clifford
In this short video I explain GDP, the components of GDP, and what is not included in the Gross Domestic Product. Thanks for watching, please subscribe

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Danielle Gorbet
Here is what I was shown out of McGraw Hill 21 edition macroeconomics: It is really hard to make a table in the comment section so I will try my hardest to make it straight.
Year                Units                    Price            Price Index          NGDP             RGDP
1                      5                          $10                 100                      $50                  $50
2                     7                             20                 200                      140                   70
3                    8                              25                   250                     200                  80
4                     10                          30                    -                           -                        -
Now to figure out the price index I would take the $30 and divide that by the base year's price X 100. So it would go: 30/10X100=300 So the price index in year 4 is 300. Now to find NGDP I would multiply the price of year 4 and multiply by the number of units sold which would be 30X10=300. To find real GDP I take the NGDP and divide it by the price index but in hundredths so it would go:300/.3=100. So 100 is the Real GDP in year 4. So you don't take nominal GDP and divide by Real GDP X 100 to get the deflator. That is not the way I am shown, and I'm not saying you have your math wrong, but you make it really confusing for someone who doesn't know any better. Thanks.
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Can u explain anything about inventoy in the gdp.
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