**GDP**per

**Capita Formula**. The

**formula**is

**GDP**/Population. If you're looking at just one point in time in one country, then you can use regular, “nominal”

**GDP**divided by the current population. If you want to compare

**GDP**per

**capita**between countries, you must use the purchasing power parity

**GDP**.

Besides, what is the formula for GNP?

The formula to calculate the components of GNP is Y = C + I +

**G**+ X + Z. That stands for GNP = Consumption + Investment + Government + X (net exports, or imports**minus**exports) + Z (net income earned by domestic residents from overseas investments - net income earned by foreign residents from domestic investments.)How do you calculate the per capita?

To find that rate, simply divide the number of murders by the total population of the city. To keep from using a tiny little decimal, statisticians usually multiply the result by 100,000 and give the result as the number of murders

**per**100,000 people.How is the average income of a country calculated?

Per capita income or average income measures the average income earned per person in a given area (city, region, country, etc.) in a specified year. It is calculated by dividing the area's

**total**income by its**total**population.