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gdspeare
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I have a three different ranges that contain averages between 1.5 and 4. I also have one average for all the numbers. I am trying to write a formula that looks to see how many times within the individual ranges the average is above the total average. this is what i am trying to use, but it is returning a "0" and i know that is not correct.

=count(if(k27:k52>e12,false))

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Asala42
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=count(if(k27:k52>e12,false))



How about: =COUNTIF(K27:K52,">"&E12)

Post Fri Dec 06, 2002 9:12 pm 
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