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In May 2013, the value of the Consumer Price Index (CPI) in a certain country, Polonia, reached an all-time high of 166 index points and per capita nominal GDP was$51,400. In January 1950, the CPI was at its lowest at 85 index points. Per capita nominal GDP in 1950 was $9,700.Calculate real GDP per capita for 1950 by converting that year's nominal GDP per capita into current (2013) dollars.For 1950, real GDP per capita (in 2013 dollars) was(Round your response to one decimal place.)

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In May 2013, the value of the Consumer Price Index (CPI) in a certain country, Polonia, reached an all-time high of 166 index points and per capita nominal GDP was
$51,400. In January 1950, the CPI was at its lowest at 85 index points. Per capita nominal GDP in 1950 was $9,700.
Calculate real GDP per capita for 1950 by converting that year's nominal GDP per capita into current (2013) dollars.
For 1950, real GDP per capita (in 2013 dollars) was
(Round your response to one decimal place.)
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In May 2013, the value of the Consumer Price Index (CPI) in a certain country, Polonia, reached an all-time high of 166 index points and per capita nominal GDP was $51,400. In January 1950, the CPI was at its lowest at 85 index points. Per capita nominal GDP in 1950 was $9,700. Calculate real GDP per capita for 1950 by converting that year's nominal GDP per capita into current (2013) dollars. For 1950, real GDP per capita (in 2013 dollars) was (Round your response to one decimal place.)

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The consumer price index measures the weighted average of prices of household goods and services like food, furniture etc. Nominal GDP per capita is nominal GDP divided by total population. And real GDP per capita is real GDP divided by total population.

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Given information:

Nominal GDP per capita
Year
Consumer Price Index
1950
85
$9,700
2013
166
$51,400
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Nominal GDP per capita Year Consumer Price Index 1950 85 $9,700 2013 166 $51,400

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Real GDP per capita for 1950 by converting the same year’s nominal GD...

Real GDP per capita in 1950=(Nominal GDP per capita in 1950.
-)x CPI in 2013
CPI in 1950
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Real GDP per capita in 1950=(Nominal GDP per capita in 1950. -)x CPI in 2013 CPI in 1950

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