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== Third Question ==
== Third Question ==

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First Question

We found that the Western world, North America and most of Europe was very well off in terms of Gross Domestic product per Capita. They are easily recognized as the most developed countries by this standard of measure. Countries outside of the "west" were far more diverse in terms of their total GDP per capita. Central and south america straddle the fence in term of their economic well being. they may be well on their way up to ladder of power. Asia is a steep below South America.In particular, nations like Afghanistan, Pakistan, Nepal and Cambodia are most defiantly underdeveloped nations. Finally, Central Africa is is amongst countries facing sever poverty, whiles above the Sahara nations are wealthier, noticing the trend in countries belonging to Arab nations (Libya, Tunisia, Egypt).

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Second Question

1) China ................................ 1,306,313,812

2) India ................................. 1,080,264,388

3) United States ..................... 295,734,134

4) Indonesia .......................... 241,973,879

5) Brazil ................................ 186,112,794

6) Pakistan ............................ 162,419,946

7) Bangladesh ....................... 144,319,628

8) Russian Federation ........... 143,420,309

9) Nigeria ............................. 128,771,988

10) Japan .............................. 127,417,244


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