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Are differential equations used for investment and real GDP?
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Not as far as I know. Differentiation tends to be used for microeconomics and mathematical economics.
I think there was a single case where it was used for consumption theory, but that's about it.

Real GDP and investments tend to use accounting methods and statistics.
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