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Top 10 Biggest Economies in the Americas

Can you name the countries with the largest GDPs in North and South America?
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+6
level 73
Aug 23, 2016
For some reason I didn't expect Ecuador to be on this list. Got the others easily though.
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level 56
Jan 3, 2017
Goes to show just how small most American countries' economies actually are.
+7
level 19
Jan 3, 2017
And yet, I guessed the Dominican Republic in desperation!
+6
level 54
Jun 27, 2017
Bananas, lots of them.
+2
level 41
May 11, 2018
Don't you mean banana stands?
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level 60
May 11, 2018
Big drop from #9 to #10. That's why. It's the biggest of a bunch of much smaller economies than the top 9.
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level 65
Aug 27, 2016
Venezuela, no mission of it making the list if it was based on current figures.
+4
level 19
Jan 3, 2017
Santa Cruz...he's making the list, he's checking it twice...or not.
+2
level 64
Aug 27, 2016
These 10 countries also made it in the "Top 10 most populated countries in the Americas" and 9 of the countries here made it to the "Top 10 biggest countries in the Americas", which included Bolivia instead of Ecuador. Just goes to show that the Americas isn't a very diverse place when it comes to these 3 categories.
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level 19
Jan 3, 2017
True.
+7
level 59
Jan 7, 2017
There really aren't that many countries in the Americas.
+1
level 65
Jan 3, 2017
Surprised that Brazil's economy is nearly 4 X that of Argentina.
+1
level 59
Jan 3, 2017
Actually just over 3x. Did you expect more or less? - Brazil population almost 5x.
+3
level 72
Jan 3, 2017
In reality Brazil's economy is half as big as shown here. Due to a low cost of living, using PPP drastically inflates it.
+1
level 59
Jan 3, 2017
Cut time to 1:30 maximum.
+1
level 44
Jan 7, 2017
yeah lol, i did it in 10 seconds
+1
level 19
Jan 3, 2017
By PPP, Mexico is a lot bigger than Canada! I guess 'us' still isn't counted for America, and Uruguay isn't the richest country in South America?
+2
level 60
Feb 3, 2017
Similarly , the difference between the United States and Brazil is enormous.
+1
level 56
Aug 14, 2017
Uruguay may be the richest per capita, but that is from its small population.
+1
level 50
Jan 3, 2017
The quiz description says "name the countries with the largest GDPs in North and South America." It's unclear whether the countries or the GDPs are in the Americas - if the country has to be in the Americas, France should be on this list; it is (partially) in South America and it has a GDP of over 2 trillion. If the quiz only counts the GDP of the parts of the countries that are in the Americas, France should not be here, as the GDP of French Guiana is relatively tiny. You should probably add a caveat clearing up this issue. :)
+1
level 72
Jan 3, 2017
most of the time it seems like France is considered to be in Europe, Turkey is considered Asia (Istanbul sometimes gets included in Europe), Russia typically gets counted as European, Kazakhstan as Asia, etc, even though all of these countries have territory on other continents. Territories are never included. And Cyprus is usually included with Asia.
+1
level 73
May 13, 2018
I've learned from this site that French Guiana is not a territory, it's a department of France. French departments are equivalent to US states, so that makes French Guiana part of Europe even though it is geographically located in South America. I also read somewhere that for the same reason Hawaii is considered part of North America rather than Oceania.
+4
level ∞
Jan 4, 2017
I assume common sense on the part of the quiz taker. Adding caveats takes up space and removes attention from the other text.
+1
level 44
Jan 7, 2017
Why not change the description to "Can you name the countries of North and South America with the largest GDPs?"
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level 44
Jan 7, 2017
This way France which is in South America(French Guiana) is not counted as France is not a country of North and South America
+1
level 63
Mar 1, 2017
By that logic, its a good thing Denmark's GDP is too low to be debated because Greenland is in North America. While I personally think Greenland should be counted as part of Denmark (it would make the quizes more fun because it's so different in terms of extremes), but I respect Quizmaster's decision to exlude it. It's his site, and that is the custom now. Same with French Guinea.
+1
level 54
Jan 3, 2017
'Merica, ftw!
+1
level 33
Jan 4, 2017
too easy, decrease time allocation to make harder
+2
level 75
Jan 24, 2018
Difficulty is subjective. If you want to increase the difficulty, try typing it with your toes while blindfolded.
+1
level 15
Jan 5, 2017
NOOOOOOOO!!! I spelt Venezuela wrong, but I got all the others
+1
level 35
Feb 4, 2017
9/10 because I could've sworn I had typed in Ecuador already
+1
level 59
May 11, 2018
just type every country in the Americas from big to small and you only need about 20 seconds..
+1
level 33
May 11, 2018
Just got my level 28 with this quiz! Smooth! ;)
+1
level 23
May 11, 2018
I got them all exept for ecuador i keep writing it with a Q
+1
level 27
May 11, 2018
I thought it said cities, not countries. I only got Colombia.
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