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U.S. real gross domestic product increased from $10 trillion

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U.S. real gross domestic product increased from $10 trillion in 1998 to $14 trillion in 2008. During that same decade the share of manufactured goods (e.g., cars, appliances) fell from 16 percent to 12 percent. What was the dollar value of manufactured output

A) 1998
B) 2008
C) By how much did durable output change? (perfentage)
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