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Tutor profile: Pedro V.

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Pedro V.
Operations Manager at Guitar Center
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Subject: Spanish

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How do you say "the blue house" in Spanish?

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Answer:

"The blue house" translate into "La casa azul". By nature Spanish tends to locate the noun first and then the adjective. Other examples include but are not limited to: "Fried eggs" translate into "Huevos Fritos", "the white horse" translates into "El caballo blanco" and "the black cat" which translates into "el gato negro". When studying Spanish it is important to keep an open mind, as sentence structure is often opposite to English.

Subject: Statistics

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How do you determine an outlier? Why are outliers important?

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An outlier is a point in the data set that is usually 3 standard deviations away from the mean. Outliers are important because they can shift a sample mean significantly. In addition, outliers can be identified as black swans, they exist and are more common than what people think. Therefore they should be studied and taken into consideration.

Subject: Management

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What is a SWOT Analysis and what benefits does it bring to an organization?

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A SWOT Analysis recognizes an organization's Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats. When put together in a concise and visual manner, the analysis can provide a quick overview regarding the organization's market outlook.

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