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Hello,

I’m currently studying upon the quantity theory of money, and my book tells me that nominal GDP = PQ. Yet I cannot fathom why that is. Does that mean that nominal GDP is the area under the equilibrium point of an AD-AS graph?

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Nominal GDP is not adjusted for inflation, so yes it is the Price x Quantity = Area under the graph
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