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Tutor profile: Jason G.

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Jason G.
Associate Consultant at Capco
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Subject: Microsoft Excel

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How do you use a VLOOKUP syntax?

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Answer:

=VLOOKUP(the value you want to look up, the range of data where the said value is found, the column # over from where you began your data range, True(Exact) or False(Approximate))

Subject: International Studies

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Compare realism vs. liberalism

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Realism focuses on security and power; whether or not as a country you are strong enough to defend yourself. Liberalism focuses on economic interdependence with other countries and domestic factors in order to maintain peace and security; by being allies with through economic interdependence, you foster peace.

Subject: Economics

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Which of the following are NOT one of Bain's elements of structural barriers to entry? A. Economies of Scale B. Economies of Scope C. Absolute Cost Advantage D. Product Differentiation

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B. Economies of Scope Economies of scope can be thought of as "is it cheaper to produce 2 products together at the same firm or at 2 separate firms". This is not one of the elements to structural barriers to entry since regardless of if it is cheaper or not to produce a 2 products separately or together, it does not actively prevent other competitors to enter the market.

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