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1Running Head: DATA EXERCISE #3 Data Exercise #3Elizabeth KennedyEcon 201 Principles of MacroeconomicsMay 4, 2020
2Running Head: DATA EXERCISE #3 Part 1: GDP in Different CountriesGDP (current US$)Population, totalPer Capita GDPArgentina519,871,519,807.844,494,502.011,683.9Australia1,433,904,348,500.124,982,688.057,395.9Bahamas, The12,424,500,000.0385,640.032,217.9Brazil1,868,626,087,908.5209,469,333.08,920.8Canada1,713,341,704,877.037,057,765.046,234.4Colombia331,047,040,087.949,648,685.06,667.8Ethiopia84,355,604,752.5109,224,559.0772.3Greece218,031,844,584.010,731,726.020,316.7Guatemala78,460,447,92017,247,807.04,549.0Iceland25,878,475,760.1352,721.073,368.1Japan4,971,323,079,771.9126,529,100.039,289.9Italy2,083,864,259,622.760,421,760.034,488.6New Zealand204,923,917,869.44,841,000.042,330.9Philippines330,910,343,611.0106,651,922.03,102.7United States20,544,343,456,936.5326,687,501.062,886.8
3Running Head: DATA EXERCISE #3 The chart above shows 15 randomly selected countries listed in alphabetical order. Icompared the total GDP and GDP per capita for these countries. The country with the highestGDP per capita is Iceland. This is followed by the United States, then Australia, Canada, NewZealand, Japan, Italy, the Bahamas, Greece, Argentina, Brazil, Columbia, Guatemala, and thePhilippines. 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 hasthe largest total GDP followed by Japan and Italy. And of the selected countries, Guatemala has