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# How do you calculate occupancy rate?

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**To calculate occupancy rate, divide the time that a unit was rented out by the time the unit was available for rent.** Another option is to divide the total number of units that are rented out by the total number of units.

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Which formula is used depends on the information required. If the occupancy rate of a single unit is required, then the ratio of the time the unit is rented to the time it was available is appropriate. To find the general occupancy rate of a set of units during a specific time period, use the number of units occupied over the total number of units available.

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## How can someone calculate the check average for a restaurant?

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## What is the way to calculate a coupon rate?

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