Nominal GDP differs from real GDP because A. Nominal GDP is based on constant prices B. Real GDP is based on current prices C. Real GDP is adjusted for changes in the price level D. nominal GDP is adjusted for changes in the price level.

Real GDP offers a better perspective than nominal GDP when tracking

economic output over a period of time. When people use GDP numbers,

they are often talking about nominal GDP, which can be defined as

the total economic output of a country. This output is measured at

current price levels and currency values, without factoring in

inflation.

so

C. Real GDP is adjusted for changes in the price level

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