Percentages

Manny74

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  2. 2016
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Hello All!

I can't remember how to utilize percentages in Excel.

For example, I have 10 dummy clients, 2 dummy clients have viral load results equal to or less than 20....

I know basic math would be 2/10 * 100 = 20 (20%)

So I Excel, I entered this in a cell: =2/10*100

And I got 20....

How else can I calculate this in Excel?

Thanks in Advance, Manny

CLIENT FIRST NAMECLIENT LAST NAMEVIRAL LOAD RESULT
JOHNDOE<20
JANEDOE<20
PETERDOE51
JOANSMITH55
MARIAJOHNSON60
DEANDOE65
JANETDOE70
JEANTHOMAS75
DAVIDJONES80
ANAAVILA85
TOTAL CLIENTS10
PERCENT OF CLIENTS WITH VIRAL LOAD EQUAL TO OR LESS THAN 2020
<colgroup><col width="135" style="width: 101pt; mso-width-source: userset; mso-width-alt: 4937;"> <col width="131" style="width: 98pt; mso-width-source: userset; mso-width-alt: 4790;"> <col width="139" style="width: 104pt; mso-width-source: userset; mso-width-alt: 5083;"> <tbody> </tbody>
 

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BigDat6CC

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Hello All!

I can't remember how to utilize percentages in Excel.

For example, I have 10 dummy clients, 2 dummy clients have viral load results equal to or less than 20....

I know basic math would be 2/10 * 100 = 20 (20%)

So I Excel, I entered this in a cell: =2/10*100

And I got 20....

How else can I calculate this in Excel?

Thanks in Advance, Manny

CLIENT FIRST NAMECLIENT LAST NAMEVIRAL LOAD RESULT
JOHNDOE<20
JANEDOE<20
PETERDOE51
JOANSMITH55
MARIAJOHNSON60
DEANDOE65
JANETDOE70
JEANTHOMAS75
DAVIDJONES80
ANAAVILA85
TOTAL CLIENTS10
PERCENT OF CLIENTS WITH VIRAL LOAD EQUAL TO OR LESS THAN 2020

<tbody>
</tbody>

Hello Manny
Could John and Jane's Viral Load Results be absolute numeric values instead of "<20"?
 
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BigDat6CC

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Messages
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Hello Manny

Assuming your Results are in column C, then this formula is worth a try: =COUNTIFS(C2:C11,"<=20")/COUNT(C2:C11)
 
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