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Pairs Determination for Sine and Cosine Function in Modeling Nigerian Gross Domestic Product

Mijinyawa, M.; Mbaga, Y. V.; Amdzaranda, M.; Akinrefon, A. A.

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is one of the primary indicators that the government, economists and other stake holders use to gauge the stability of a country’s economy. It measures the size of a country’s economy as it represents the monetary value of all goods and services produced over a time period. GDP estimates are commonly used to measure the economic performance of a country and also measure the relative contribution of the industrial sector. In formulating the model, we considered a four pair model, six pair model, and eight pair model. The result shows that at best Nigeria GDP contains four pair of the sine and cosine functions.

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