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Information about the GDP in the area of manufacturing of durable and nondurable goods is important to business owners and economists.
a. Use a time-series plot to graph the GDP in manufacturing in current and real (2005) dollars by industry for durable goods (such as wood products, furniture and related products, motor vehicles, and equipment) from 2000 to 2009. Data are in billions of dollars (Source: Table 1002. 2011. Statistical Abstract of the United States).
b. Use a time-series plot to graph the GDP in manufacturing in real dollars (2005) by industry for nondurable goods (such as food, apparel, and leather products) from 2000 to 2009. Data are in billions of dollars.


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