# Multiply 2 Vectors With Booleans and Numbers and Take The MAX as Result

#### rkaczano

##### Board Regular
The formula below is attempting to multiply Booleans in \$D\$30:\$D\$33 with numbers in AD30:AG30. And I want to take the MAX of that result. However I am getting a funny answer and the MAX seems to be taking the highest value in AD30:AG30 irrespective of the Booleans.

The problem is that there is nothing implicitly multiplying the two arrays together. And a SUMPRODUCT does not work as I would need to calculate the MAX prior to the summing. I also tried an MMULT but could not get this to work either.

Any idea how to refine this.

### Excel Facts

Format cells as time
Select range and press Ctrl+Shift+2 to format cells as time. (Shift 2 is the @ sign).
Try:

Excel Formula:
``=MAX(FILTER(AD30:AG33,D30:D33=TRUE))``

Great thanks!

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