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By what factor (2x, 4x, etc.) would the per capita GGP have to be increased to U.S. per capita GGP to equal the U.S. GDP in 2005?

This is the information I have:
-the per capita GGP is 9297 billion
-the U.S. per capita GDP in 2005 is 43,000

by the way, GGP means gross global product and GDP means gross domestic product

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