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How do economists calculate gross domestic product (GDP)? 1 point
A - By adding up all the taxes collected by federal and state governments during one year

B- By adding up all of the products consumed within a nation during one year

C- By adding up all the goods and services produced within a country during one year

D- By adding up all the jobs that were added to a country's economy during one year

I think it's B ..

  • Social studies -

    Nope.

    What does your text say?

  • Social studies -

    Oh it's c

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    @ms. Sue

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    Yes, C.

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