Compare two values based on condition

srizki

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I trying to compare values in column A and column B, to see if the numbers are same, the formula =A=B will not work because there may me few cents difference, therefore I need a formula that compares the two values based on criteria, for example I am comparing values in two column say $4568.52 and 4569.22, so the formula says that is fine due to criteria that if the difference is less than say one dollar or $50, it is considered OK.
 

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srizki

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Thank you Aladin and Orbea,
I appreciate your help.
 

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