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For some time I've been thinking of making an "unofficial" GDP calculating RP. Basically, I want to see how CNRP nations would compare to RL nations economically (aside from the problem that there are quite a few small nations with outragous budgets, which always gets on my nerves). I'll most likley start a IC thread in June. Until then, please either make suggestions, or write your info so things are easier for me.

GDP equation: Avg. Gross Income Per Individual Per Day x Citizen Number x 36.5 x RP Population Multiplier (Max x 1,000) x [1 + (Tech/10,000)] x [1 + (Infra/20,000)]

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[quote name='Zoot Zoot' timestamp='1303975904' post='2700995']
No.

What is with the obsession with maths?
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Do you have a reading comprehension problem? This is a [i]personal[/i] project, not some new rule, hence the "unofficial" thing.


Seriously, I have this feeling some people need to get a clue.

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[quote name='Mogar' timestamp='1303975155' post='2700991']
2,663,470,661.25525
this is what i got, though i might suck at math.
GDP max would be 2.6 trillion?
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Not sure how you got that. My max would be 2.4 trillion, and I have way more tech/infra than you.

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What if I don't use any sort of pop multiplier, but instead utilize RL population with some changes? Sri Lanka has 324 million people, and the *1000 multiplier gives me "only" ~212 M. lol.
Lemme just do this with the *1000 for lulz.

17,733,927,489,463
17.7 trillion. Holy christ, according to this thing I've a larger GDP than the USA or even the EU.

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[quote name='Mogar' timestamp='1303975155' post='2700991']
2,663,470,661.25525
this is what i got, though i might suck at math.
GDP max would be 2.6 trillion?
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That's 2.6 billion :P

[quote name='Chernarussia' timestamp='1303988540' post='2701045']
$832,146,246,003,894.18

.......

thats more than Mogar's :v:

(could have done it wrong, I'm bad at maths)
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Seeing how it's bigger than Lynneth's I'm guessing you did it wrong :P

I worked out mine was £25,436,315,141.51. Not too bad.

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[quote name='Kankou' timestamp='1303976013' post='2700997']
Do you have a reading comprehension problem? This is a [i]personal[/i] project, not some new rule, hence the "unofficial" thing.


Seriously, I have this feeling some people need to get a clue.
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If it is a personal project then keep it personal. Your as bad as Karl Martin for ridiculous projects and ideas.

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I seem to have 4.04949042 × 10[sup]12[/sup].

[url="http://www.google.co.in/#sclient=psy&hl=en&source=hp&q=536.90*79987*36.5*1000(1%2B8117.14%2F10000)(1%2B8519.05%2F20000)&aq=f&aqi=&aql=&oq=&pbx=1&fp=e4176f5fc03bf380&biw=1366&bih=643"]Calculation[/url]

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[quote name='king of cochin' timestamp='1304001295' post='2701137']
I seem to have 4.04949042 × 10[sup]12[/sup].

[url="http://www.google.co.in/#sclient=psy&hl=en&source=hp&q=536.90*79987*36.5*1000(1%2B8117.14%2F10000)(1%2B8519.05%2F20000)&aq=f&aqi=&aql=&oq=&pbx=1&fp=e4176f5fc03bf380&biw=1366&bih=643"]Calculation[/url]
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Yep: $5.44582923 × 10^12
1 trillion = 10^12
[url="http://www.google.com/search?q=Avg.+Gross+Income+Per+Individual+Per+Day+x+Citizen+Number+x+36.5+x+RP+Population+Multiplier+%28Max+x+1%2C000%29+x+[1+%2B+%28Tech%2F10%2C000%29]+x+[1+%2B+%28Infra%2F20%2C000%29]&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a#sclient=psy&hl=en&safe=off&client=firefox-a&hs=3Qt&rls=org.mozilla:en-US%3Aofficial&source=hp&q=400+*+145472+*+36.5+*+1000+*+%281+%2B+%285539.89+%2F10%2C000%29%29+*+%281+%2B+%2812999.99%2F20%2C000%29%29&aq=f&aqi=&aql=f&oq=&pbx=1&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.&fp=146dff5d02d084d"]link[/url]

Here's a GDP formula that's been used in the past:

[quote name='Sumeragi' timestamp='1234788867' post='1275622']
Base: (Avg. Gross Income Per Individual Per Day) x Citizens x 36500 x Infra Multiplier


Infra Multiplier Formula:

0-500 Infra Chronically Underdeveloped economy: 0.25
500-1000 Infra Severely Underdeveloped economy: 0.5
1000-2000 Infra Underdeveloped economy: 0.75
2000-4000 Infra Developing economy: 1
4000-6000 Infra Burdgeoning economy: 1.25
6000-8000 Infra Vibrant economy: 1.5
8000-10000 Infra Economic Powerhouse: 1.75
10000+ Infra Industrial Super Power: 2
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8.57945242 × 10[sup]12[/sup]

Interesting. [url="http://www.google.com/search?q=Avg.+Gross+Income+Per+Individual+Per+Day+x+Citizen+Number+x+36.5+x+RP+Population+Multiplier+%28Max+x+1%2C000%29+x+[1+%2B+%28Tech%2F10%2C000%29]+x+[1+%2B+%28Infra%2F20%2C000%29]&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a#sclient=psy&hl=en&safe=off&client=firefox-a&rls=org.mozilla:en-US%3Aofficial&source=hp&q=600.64+*+139815+*+36.5+*+1000+*+%281+%2B+%286459.71+%2F10%2C000%29%29+*+%281+%2B+%2814009.99%2F20%2C000%29%29&aq=&aqi=&aql=&oq=&pbx=1&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.&fp=822bf32b5c0e0691"]Link[/url]

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GDP doesn't make sense for CN RP for a variety of reasons. The least of which is that it cannot account for purchasing power parity (for example even though I have 5700 tech and 11000 infra I RP a middle income very high population country) IRL in real dollars China and Japan have about the same dollars in GDP, but Japan's GDP PPP is much lower than its nominal GDP, China's is much higher. Secondly it does not account for difference between a command and free market economy which would have a major effect on a government's purchasing power. My government has very high tax rates and is somewhere between a state capitalist and a socialist command economy. Californian's on the other hand is libertarian, which presumably has very few revenue raising measures.

Therefore I would argue that the nominal GDP of any country would not provide much of a guide for what a nation can or cannot afford in its economic output versus another country.

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[quote name='Triyun' timestamp='1304040002' post='2701581']
GDP doesn't make sense for CN RP for a variety of reasons. The least of which is that it cannot account for purchasing power parity (for example even though I have 5700 tech and 11000 infra I RP a middle income very high population country) IRL in real dollars China and Japan have about the same dollars in GDP, but Japan's GDP PPP is much lower than its nominal GDP, China's is much higher. Secondly it does not account for difference between a command and free market economy which would have a major effect on a government's purchasing power. My government has very high tax rates and is somewhere between a state capitalist and a socialist command economy. Californian's on the other hand is libertarian, which presumably has very few revenue raising measures.

Therefore I would argue that the nominal GDP of any country would not provide much of a guide for what a nation can or cannot afford in its economic output versus another country.
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I plan for my thread to consider GDP PPP.

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