- Sep 30, 2004
- Uni Grad
Post your thoughts and share your Multiple choice answers here.
Agreeed !to me they were HARD, not sure for you guys but i just couldnt knock them over that easily, calculations and answers with pretty much 3 correct answers and having to pick the 'most' correct. ARGGH oh well its over
mataa.. okkk the formulaa to calculate real gdp is Nominal GDP x 100/CPI. okay now listen carefully. 100 is the base year, generally you are given year 1 and year 2. okay. year 1 is 100. hence year 2 was the first year in this case, so to calculate real gdp. it is 130/150 x nominal gdp, which indicates an increase in real gdp. the person who confirmed this was someone who got 99% in the trial. he said it was designed to trick people, he is expected to come close to the top of the state. so ramana bro. c is wrong mate