Suppose that a country has no public debt in year 1 but experiences a budget deficit of $ 40 billion in year 2, a budget surplus of $ 10 billion in year 3, and a budget deficit of $ 2 billion in year 4.  Instructions: Enter your answers as whole numbers. For the absolute size of its public debt, enter your answer as a positive number.  A) What is the absolute size of its public debt in year 4?  B). If its real GDP in year 4 is $ 104 billion, what is this country's public debt as a percentage of real GDP in year 4?

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Suppose that a country has no public debt in year 1 but experiences a budget deficit of $ 40 billion in year 2, a budget surplus of $ 10 billion in year 3, and a budget deficit of $ 2 billion in year 4. 

Instructions: Enter your answers as whole numbers. For the absolute size of its public debt, enter your answer as a positive number. 

A) What is the absolute size of its public debt in year 4? 

B). If its real GDP in year 4 is $ 104 billion, what is this country's public debt as a percentage of real GDP in year 4? 

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