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how useful be the terms developed and developing in pointing out differences in standaards of living among countries?

i not know about this one because when you hear developed you think that this country place have everything it need and you hear developing you think that there is still not enough supply and it not have everything yet.

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    You're right.

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    thanks ms. sue :) so to answer my question they be useful right? kind of? cause if i think the other way then they not gather all information in these terms.

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    They are useful, so long as we recognize that they are not perfect.

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    thanks ms. sue that exactly be what i think :)

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    You're welcome. :-)

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