# Nominal vs Real GDP quiz

The wording in this question could lead people to the wrong answer:

"True or false: real GDP is always larger than real GDP per capita."

If the population is 1, then real GDP = real GDP per capita. As unlikely of a scenario that is...technically the answer is false. It is not always larger. It cannot be smaller because you can't have a partial person. But you could hypothetically have a single person. Maybe you should place the assumption in the question.

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