Finding the MIN of the MOD to a range of cells

FryGirl

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I have the range below and would like to find the MIN to a range of cells for the MOD of the value. In H9 I'm looking for the MAX, but in H10 I would like the MIN.

Here is the formula I'm using for the MAX. Is this the best method to use? Cells H6 and H7 are actually 0.00. I just have the custom format to hide 0.00.

=MAX(MOD(H2,1),MOD(H3,1),MOD(H4,1),MOD(H5,1),MOD(H6,1),MOD(H6,1),MOD(H7,1))

Data Range
H​
1​
FRAC​
2​
0.06​
3​
0.20​
4​
0.30​
5​
0.44​
6​
7​
8​
1​
9​
0.44​
10​
0.20​

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Eric W

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Try:

=AGGREGATE(14,6,MOD(H2:H7,1)/(H2:H7<>0),1)

for the max, and

=AGGREGATE(15,6,MOD(H2:H7,1)/(H2:H7<>0),1)

for the min.
 

FryGirl

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Thank you Eric. Works great for my needs.
 

James006

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Hello,

Not sure to understand your basic Mod function ...

=Mod(H2,1) should result into H2 ... no ...???
 

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FryGirl, Glad to help! :cool:

James, the MOD function in Excel has an odd quirk. If you use it on a number with decimals, MOD(12.34, 1) will return the decimals, or .34.
 

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James, the MOD function in Excel has an odd quirk. If you use it on a number with decimals, MOD(12.34, 1) will return the decimals, or .34.

Granted ...

But her list does not show a single integer ... !!! :wink:
 

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Granted ...

But her list does not show a single integer ... !!! :wink:


Granted! And if that's the case, a simple MAX(H2:H7) and MIN(H2:H7) will work. I didn't make that assumption though, although it might have been worth asking.
 

FryGirl

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That is correct. I could have a value of 6.67 so I need the .67.

How about a fellow up question.

Data Range
Y​
3​
1.80​
4​
2.70​
5​
4.00​

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</tbody>

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With this range, I would like to find as the MIN, .70, not the 4.00
 
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FryGirl

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Yes Eric that does it. Thank you.
 

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