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An increase in GDP per capita most likely means that _____. A: output is increasing B: the standard of living is lower C: fewer jobs are available @dmndlife24

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  1. anonymous
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    sorry to keep bugging you but you're literally the only person who helps me on these questions.

  2. dmndlife24
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    Thats okay

  3. dmndlife24
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    In increase in the Gross Domestic Product per capita is a good thing, financially. This would definitely mean that output is increasing, and therefore more goods and services available to the people.

  4. anonymous
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    Thanks again. for the hundredth time. ^_^

  5. dmndlife24
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    It's completely fine...no problem :)

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