Using the Expenditure Approach, Gdp Is Calculated as
Using the expenditure approach, GDP is calculated as
A) wages + interest + rent + profits.
B) consumption expenditures + wages.
C) consumption expenditures + wages + interest.
D) consumption expenditures + investment expenditures + government expenditures + net exports.
The components of GDP using the expenditure method are
A) consumption expenditures, investment expenditures, and government expenditures.
B) consumption expenditures, investment expenditures, government expenditures, and net exports.
C) wages and interest.
D) wages, interest, rents, and profits.
C + I + G + X equals
C + net I + G + X equals