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    Reg: Marksheet formula

    Columns B to J are in numerical format containing marks

    Helper Cell K1 contains 50 in numerical format, minimum
    required marks for a "Pass".

    Columns B,C & D are category 1 and student should pass at
    least 2 subjects (out of 3)

    Columns E,F & G are category 2 and student should pass at
    least in 1 subject (out of 3)

    Columns H,I & J are category 3 and student should pass in all
    the 3 subjects (out of 3)

    So, a student is required to pass a minimum of 6 out of 9
    subjects (2 in B:D; 1 in E:G; and 3 in H:J) to qualify.

    Kindly advise me a formula to get the resultant output
    "Qualified" or else "Not Qualified".

    Thanking you,

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