COUNTIFS including greater than 10% of a cell

WDB2

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I am trying to input a formula whereby I count any cells in excess of 10% where the account number matches.

My COUNTIF formula was simple - =COUNTIF(Holdings!A:A,'Master Sheet'!D2).

I then want to add in the bit about only counting if the number exceeds 10% of a cell. I got as far as:

=countifs(Holdings!A:A,'Master Sheet'!D2,Holdings!H:H,

after this comma, I want it to state if greater than 10% of cell H2 on the Master Sheet.

Can anyone help with this please?
 

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I think you want this:

Code:
=countifs(Holdings!A:A,'Master Sheet'!D2,Holdings!H:H,">"&'Master Sheet'!H2*0.1)
 

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