HW1(1) - OPIM 3103 HW-1(Due 10/4 before 12:30 pm You have...

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OPIM 3103 HW-1 ( Due 10/4 before 12:30 pm ) You have been tasked to work on a loan approval workbook to complete the following tasks: a. Download hw1_xyz22222.xlsx and save as hw1_yourNetID.xlsx. For example, if your NetID is abc20109, then the file name should be saved as hw1_abc20109.xlsx; b. In the worksheet Approval Form , you need to provide a rate for each customer based on their credit score. Any user who has a score less than 600 should be denied. That is, create an IF statement in cell B13 to determine if the applicant is eligible for a personal loan. If a user s credit score is less than 600, then the text “Denied” will appear in cell B13, otherwise Approved will appear in cell B13; c. If a user is denied, then the content of B14 and B15 should be N/A , otherwise create a VLOOKUP function in cell B14 that uses the Credit Score in cell B9 to generate a rate based on the array in cells
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