min if formula

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    Min If Formula to Ignore 0

    I have a table with golf scores for a junior golf tournament with the following columns: name (A2:A101), age (B2:B101), round 1 score (C2:C101), round 2 score (D2:D101), and round 3 score (E2:E101). All golfers participated in rounds 1 and 2 and half the field competed in round 3. The ages...
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    MIN If for Multiple Criteria

    Hi, Any chance anyone can help me here..I'm looking to find the minimum range based on two criteria. 1. It equals the city 2. It is greater than or equal to the time So, here is a sample of what I have <tbody> A B LA 17:45 LA 06:30 NY 15:00 NY 18:00 LA 18:00 LA 20:00 NY 19:45...
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    Finding the min numbers whilst meeting specific conditions

    HI there I was wondering if someone can help me. I am working on a project that is incredibly hard to test, therefore we decided to come up with a simplified problem to take the first steps in resolving our problems. My problem is that I can't solve this simple problem using maths in excel so...
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    Help with Min IF formula

    Can someone help me with this formula? I need to expand this somewhat: {=MIN(IF(AK2:AK10="Yes",AJ2:AJ10))} Here, I want to find the lowest value only if AK2:AK10 column = "Yes". But, I want to add 1 to the lowest value found or return zero if none of the conditions are met. Thank you in...
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    min excluding zero values?

    is there any such MIN formula in excel 2003 which will return the smallest value of an array excluding zero values? I could set up a bunch of if formulas to return blanks instead of zero values however with the dataset as large as it is, it isn't really an option. I'm thinking the formula would...
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