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    income per capita =

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    GDP per capita =GDP/Total population

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    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

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    Really great class, both for academic knowledge and general knowledge, go to each class and you really shouldn't be confused about the topics.

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    Highlights of the class was the moment when you understood a given topic and then noticed it or its effects in an actual news report outside of class.

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    3-5 hours

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    Try to go for every single lecture. Also try to sit up front. Th professor's speaking volume fluctuates throughout the class. Also do the practice exams, the actual exams are usually the same format with different numbers.

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