If statement

DEBORAHELLEN30

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I am trying a formula and am lost...

If a number (specific number R5 for example) is ten percent greater than another number (specific number K5 for example)then put a yes in a specific column if it is not put a no in a different column... I am trying to put yes in one column and no in another...

Please help

THANKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 

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Joe4

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If you are looking for exactly 10% greater, try:
=IF(R5=(K5*1.1),"Yes","No")

If you are looking to see if it is at least 10% greater, try:
=IF(R5>=(K5*1.1),"Yes","No")
 

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