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Tutor profile: Angelica Deirdre H.

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Angelica Deirdre H.
Former Accountant, now Business Analyst who uses Excel on daily basis
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Subject: Tagalog

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How do you translate in Tagalog: "How is the economic condition in the Philippines?"

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Angelica Deirdre H.
Answer:

The translation is: "Kamusta ang kondisyon ng ekonomiya sa Pilipinas?"

Subject: Real Estate

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What is Physical Occupancy and how do you calculate it?

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Physical Occupancy is the actual occupied unit within a real estate (multifamily apartments, commercial spaces, single family unit homes, etc.). Physical Occupancy can be calculated as (1-(Vacancy/Gross Potential Rent)).

Subject: Microsoft Excel

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What is the difference between VLOOKUP and HLOOKUP? When should I use one or the other?

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VLOOKUP stands for Vertical Lookup, while HLOOKUP stands for Horizontal Lookup. Use VLOOKUP when your data is organized vertically or by a column, and use HLOOKUP when your data is organized horizontally or by a row. VLOOKUP and HLOOKUP are the most commonly used functions in the LOOKUP & REFERENCE category. Use it when you need a return value with a known reference. Think of when you have to look for something in your phone book. When you look for someone's contact information, you look for the name (known value or reference) then you'll get the number (return value).

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