this site summarizes the difference between GDP and GDP per capita as:
1. GDP is a measure of a nation as economic health while GDP per capita takes into account the reflection of such economic health into an individual citizen as perspective. 2. GDP measures the nation as wealth while GDP per capita roughly determines the standard of living in a particular country. 3. GDP normally increase as the population increase while GDP per capita may decrease when population increases.
Since real gdp is just gdp adjusted for inflation, would the same definition summarized for GDP vs GDP per capita hold true for Real GDP vs Real GDP per capita?