Query not showing formula results

thedoccontroller

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So... Using XL2016, I have queried a table on Sheet1 and am loading the results of that query on Sheet2. In the queried table, I am showing the result of a simple formula with the table column formatted as a decimal (i.e. cell shows the result as 0.25). However, the query and the loaded results (also formatted as decimals) show "0.00". I have some screen shots below to try to demonstrate. Please let me know if and what other info you might need to help me out here.
Part StepT1T2T3T4SET-UPTOTALQTRTLSUORDER QTYPER HR
Step15:47P5:59P0.180:1200.02300.0250250
Step2BLAHBLAHbLAHBLAH0.12.025-0.02
Step3...0.030.0333-0.24

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This is the Table on Sheet1. The RT column displays the result of =(([@Total]-INT([@Total]))*24).
"LSU" shows the result of =[@[R.T.]]-[@[Set-Up]].

My query results are shown on Sheet 2 and look like:

Part/StepQ.T.R.T.LESS SUPER HR
C&S-C400.000.00250
Cable&cord Assy0.120.000.00200
Bench Term0.030.000.001500
Assembly0.330.000.00214

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All the formula results show up as 0 regardless of the formatting I have tried.
Is there anything I can do?
FYI: The point of the query is to consolidate the data to be extracted via a macro and added to a report. there are dozens of these time studies created every week with varying table rows and steps in ColA. Since the table size varies, I want to avoid having to add rows to both tables, hence the query to copy the data.

Please Help!
 

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