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One problem with the using GDP to compare state's economies of states' economies is

A

GDP cannot be used to show the level of economic growth in a country.

B

it ignores domestic production and only measures the balance of imports and exports.

C

it gives a snapshot of the cost of living without reference to national income.

D

it is an aggregating measure that doesn't show the standard of living for the average person.

E

it cannot be adjusted for inflation to give an accurate representation of economic productivity.