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Principles of Economics 2e

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Steven A. Greenlaw; David Shapiro
ISBN: 9781947172364

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Steven A. Greenlaw; David Shapiro
ISBN: 9781947172364
Textbook Problem

An economy starts off with a GDP per capita of Chapter 20, Problem 32P, An economy starts off with a GDP per capita of How large will the GDP per capita be if it grows at , example  1 How large will the GDP per capita be if it grows at an annual rate of Chapter 20, Problem 32P, An economy starts off with a GDP per capita of How large will the GDP per capita be if it grows at , example  2 for Chapter 20, Problem 32P, An economy starts off with a GDP per capita of How large will the GDP per capita be if it grows at , example  3 years? Chapter 20, Problem 32P, An economy starts off with a GDP per capita of How large will the GDP per capita be if it grows at , example  4 for Chapter 20, Problem 32P, An economy starts off with a GDP per capita of How large will the GDP per capita be if it grows at , example  5 years? Chapter 20, Problem 32P, An economy starts off with a GDP per capita of How large will the GDP per capita be if it grows at , example  6 for Chapter 20, Problem 32P, An economy starts off with a GDP per capita of How large will the GDP per capita be if it grows at , example  7 years? Chapter 20, Problem 32P, An economy starts off with a GDP per capita of How large will the GDP per capita be if it grows at , example  8 for Chapter 20, Problem 32P, An economy starts off with a GDP per capita of How large will the GDP per capita be if it grows at , example  9 years?

To determine

GDP growth rate is to be determined.

Explanation

Given information:

GDP per capita= $5000

Growth rate= annual rate of 2% for 2 years, 2% for 40 years, 4% for 40 years, 6% for 40 years.

Calculation:

To calculate the answer, remember that:

Starting Amount (1 + Growth Rate)Number of Years = Ending Amount

So under the various scenarios in the question we have:

  $5,000(1 + .02)20 = $5,000(1.49) = $7,450$5,000(1 + .02)40 = $5,000(2

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