Formatting for a number Double Lower than all others!

Ultimate Selector

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Just a quick qyestion which I'm sure there is a easy answer to but I don't have anyway.


I want to conditionally format a number in a row of numbers (See Example) that is at least Double Lower or more than the rest of the numbers. So in my example the number 1340 would be highlighted in yellow out of the rest of these numbers.


What is the formula or how do I do this so I can have it highlight that number?
Thanks in advance for your help!


______
5369
8654
8032
3610
7280
3084
3267
1340
3967

<colgroup><col style="mso-width-source:userset;mso-width-alt:1954;width:42pt" width="56"> </colgroup><tbody>
</tbody>




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U.S.
 

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I have been trying to research this on google and whatnot. I can't find anything specific on this formatting formula.

It can't be that difficult but I'm sure someone here may know what I should do with this problem.

Again, THanks in advance!
 

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How about
=AND(A3=SMALL(A$3:A$11,1),SMALL(A$3:A$11,1)< SMALL(A$3:A$11,2)/2)
Change ranges to suit
 

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How about
=AND(A3=SMALL(A$3:A$11,1),SMALL(A$3:A$11,1)< SMALL(A$3:A$11,2)/2)
Change ranges to suit
Thanks, but that didn't seem to work. Here is what I typed in place of your formula, using my range Is this correct?

=AND(u16=SMALL($U$16:$U$24,1),SMALL($U$16:$U$24,1)< SMALL($U$16:$U$24)/2)
 
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When you created the Cf did you select U16:U24?
 

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When you created the Cf did you select U16:U24?
Yes, I went into Cf and went to ...

Use a formula to determine and typed in.... =AND(u16=SMALL($U$16:$U$24,1),SMALL($U$16:$U$24,1)< SMALL($U$16:$U$24)/2)


I had the range selected as well.
 
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You've missed the last argument from the final Small function it should be SMALL($U$16:$U$24,2)/2
 

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Glad to help & thanks for the feedback
 

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