Data Exercise #3 Kennedy - 1 Running Head DATA EXERCISE#3 Data Exercise#3 Elizabeth Kennedy Econ 201 Principles of Macroeconomics May 4 2020 2

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1 Running Head: DATA EXERCISE #3 Data Exercise #3 Elizabeth Kennedy Econ 201 Principles of Macroeconomics May 4, 2020
2 Running Head: DATA EXERCISE #3 Part 1: GDP in Different Countries GDP (current US$) Population, total Per Capita GDP Argentina 519,871,519,807.8 44,494,502.0 11,683.9 Australia 1,433,904,348,500.1 24,982,688.0 57,395.9 Bahamas, The 12,424,500,000.0 385,640.0 32,217.9 Brazil 1,868,626,087,908.5 209,469,333.0 8,920.8 Canada 1,713,341,704,877.0 37,057,765.0 46,234.4 Colombia 331,047,040,087.9 49,648,685.0 6,667.8 Ethiopia 84,355,604,752.5 109,224,559.0 772.3 Greece 218,031,844,584.0 10,731,726.0 20,316.7 Guatemala 78,460,447,920 17,247,807.0 4,549.0 Iceland 25,878,475,760.1 352,721.0 73,368.1 Japan 4,971,323,079,771.9 126,529,100.0 39,289.9 Italy 2,083,864,259,622.7 60,421,760.0 34,488.6 New Zealand 204,923,917,869.4 4,841,000.0 42,330.9 Philippines 330,910,343,611.0 106,651,922.0 3,102.7 United States 20,544,343,456,936.5 326,687,501.0 62,886.8
3 Running Head: DATA EXERCISE #3 The chart above shows 15 randomly selected countries listed in alphabetical order. I compared the total GDP and GDP per capita for these countries. The country with the highest GDP per capita is Iceland. This is followed by the United States, then Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Japan, Italy, the Bahamas, Greece, Argentina, Brazil, Columbia, Guatemala, and the Philippines. Out of the selected countries, the country lowest GDP per capita is Ethiopia. Interestingly enough, the order for total GDP is significantly different. The United States has the largest total GDP followed by Japan and Italy. And of the selected countries, Guatemala has

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