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Economic growth, revisited. The U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis provides information on the GDP in the United States by metropolitan area (www.bea.gov). The Bureau recently released figures that showed the percent change in real GDP by metropolitan area for 2004–2005.
Using the data in the following table, examine if there is independence of the growth in metropolitan GDP and region of the country. (Alaska and Hawaii are part of the West Region. Some of the metropolitan areas may have been combined for this analysis.)
Percent Change in Real GDP by Metropolitan Area, 2004–2005


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