Formula 1st 2nd 3rd

81shelly

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Hey I need a formula for the 2nd highest number from a column and 3rd highest number from a column and then when i get that number that it displays the name of the person who is listed in a different column..

Thanks
 

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Hi,

=INDEX(NameRange,MATCH(LARGE(NumberRange,2),NumberRange,0))

Replace 2 with 3 to get the 3rd.

HTH
 
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Thats great thanks that formula worked for me.. just one thing if there are 2 cells with the same value is there a away around that one? For example if 2 or 3 people have come in joint 2nd is there a way to dispay all the people with the same score?

Thanks
 
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Hi,
Book1
ABCDE
1NameNumberRank2
2Name 1127Name 3
3Name 2151Name 8
4Name 3142Name 9
5Name 4109#NUM!
6Name 5118
7Name 6135
8Name 7135
9Name 8142
10Name 9142
Sheet4


Formulas

In C2 and copied down,

=RANK(B2,$B$2:$B$10)

In E2

=INDEX($A$1:$A$10,SMALL(IF($C$2:$C$10=E$1,ROW($A$2:$A$10)),ROWS($A$2:$A2)))

Confirmed with CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER

HTH
 
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Hi I have used this formula for getting 1st 2nd and 3rd..

=INDEX(NameRange,MATCH(LARGE(NumberRange,2),NumberRange,0))

But how could i put in to the formula that if the scores are 0 just to leave the result blank?

Thanks
 
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Hey I need a formula for the 2nd highest number from a column and 3rd highest number from a column and then when i get that number that it displays the name of the person who is listed in a different column..

Thanks
aaTop 3 FormulaApproach 81shelly.xls
ABCDEFGHIJ
1NameScoreTopNameScoreSum of Score
2Karl2434Diana52NameTotal
3Dan45Dan45Diana52
4Diana52Cem32Dan45
5Cem32Brian32Brian32
6Brian32Cem32
7Daphne28Grand Total161
8Jan26
9Carla30
10
11
Sheet1


Formula approach...

D2 records the size of the Top N List.

E2:

=COUNTIF(B2:B9,">="&LARGE(B2:B9,D2))

F2:

Control+shift+enter...

=IF(N(G2),INDEX($A$2:$A$9,SMALL(IF($B$2:$B$9=G2,ROW($B$2:$B$9)-ROW($B$2)+1),COUNTIF($G$2:G2,G2))),"")

and copy down.

G2, copy down:

=IF(ROWS($G$2:G2)<=$E$2,LARGE($B$2:$B$9,ROWS($G$2:G2)),"")

Pivot table approach... as shown in I1:J7.
 
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