Solver Constraint Must Equal Zero or One exactly

eddiegnz1

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ho do I set up solver constraints so that the cells must equal either exactly a whole number of either zero or one.

Kind Thanks,
Eddie
 

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BenMiller

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Don't set them up as the constraints for the target cell; even though it technically is the target cell. Set them up as constraints with the formula of =(A1=0)+(A1=1)
 

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