Calculating real values (adjusted for inflation) - ECONOMICS HELP! Watch

SpriteOrSevenUp
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Attached is a table, and the question is: Calculate the value of real GDP per head of the population at 2006 prices.


Does anyone know how to actually calculate the real value of the GDP?

I'm assuming that once I have found that value, all I will need to do is divide it by the population number.


Thanks!

PS: Sorry for the repost, I originally put this in the wrong forum!
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real income strips out the effects of inflation find the inflation rate and take that % away from the number hard to explan hope it helps a bit
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