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1. I'm really confused, could someone help explain this to me please?

An economy had nominal GDP growth of 8% last year, inflation of 5.5% and population growth of 2,5%. The approximate percentage change in real GDP per capita was..

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2. First you calculate the % change in real GDP then divide it by the % change in population growth.
3. (Original post by BananaPie)
First you calculate the % change in real GDP then divide it by the % change in population growth.
Wow - better hope that '% change in population growth' is not zero!

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