Kevin Chen

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14. A home is initially \$300,000 but sells for \$400,000. The real estate agent makes a 10% commission. GDP increases by: a) \$440,000 b) \$30,000 c) \$40,000 d) none of the above 14. A home is initially \$300,000 but sells for \$400,000. The real estate agent makes a 10% commission. GDP increases by: a) \$440,000 b) \$30,000 c) \$40,000 d) none of the above 14. A home is initially \$300,000 but sells for \$400,000. The real estate agent makes a 10% commission. GDP increases by: a) \$440,000 b) \$30,000 c) \$40,000 d) none of the above 14. A home is initially \$300,000 but sells for \$400,000. The real estate agent makes a 10% commission. GDP increases by: a) \$440,000 b) \$30,000 c) \$40,000 d) none of the above 14. A home is initially \$300,000 but sells for \$400,000. The real estate agent makes a 10% commission. GDP increases by: a) \$440,000 b) \$30,000 c) \$40,000 d) none of the above 14. A home is initially \$300,000 but sells for \$400,000. The real estate agent makes a 10% commission. GDP increases by: a) \$440,000 b) \$30,000 c) \$40,000 d) none of the above 14. A home is initially \$300,000 but sells for \$400,000. The real estate agent makes a 10% commission. GDP increases by: a) \$440,000 b) \$30,000 c) \$40,000 d) none of the above 14. A home is initially \$300,000 but sells for \$400,000. The real estate agent makes a 10% commission. GDP increases by: a) \$440,000 b) \$30,000 c) \$40,000 d) none of the above 14. A home is initially \$300,000 but sells for \$400,000. The real estate agent makes a 10% commission. GDP increases by: a) \$440,000 b) \$30,000 c) \$40,000 d) none of the above 14. A home is initially \$300,000 but sells for \$400,000. The real estate agent makes a 10% commission. GDP increases by: a) \$440,000 b) \$30,000 c) \$40,000 d) none of the above 14. A home is initially \$300,000 but sells for \$400,000. The real estate agent makes a 10% commission. GDP increases by: a) \$440,000 b) \$30,000 c) \$40,000 d) none of the above 14. A home is initially \$300,000 but sells for \$400,000. The real estate agent makes a 10% commission. GDP increases by: a) \$440,000 b) \$30,000 c) \$40,000 d) none of the above 14. A home is initially \$300,000 but sells for \$400,000. The real estate agent makes a 10% commission. GDP increases by: a) \$440,000 b) \$30,000 c) \$40,000 d) none of the above 14. A home is initially \$300,000 but sells for \$400,000. The real estate agent makes a 10% commission. GDP increases by: a) \$440,000 b) \$30,000 c) \$40,000 d) none of the above 14. A home is initially \$300,000 but sells for \$400,000. The real estate agent makes a 10% commission. GDP increases by: a) \$440,000 b) \$30,000 c) \$40,000 d) none of the above 14. A home is initially \$300,000 but sells for \$400,000. The real estate agent makes a 10% commission. GDP increases by: a) \$440,000 b) \$30,000 c) \$40,000 d) none of the above

Tutor Amanda Afi

Answer is D because resale of homes does not contribute to GDP....

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