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Discussion in 'Ask an Excel Question' started by Geoff Whittaker, Jul 11, 2018.

  1. Geoff Whittaker

    Geoff Whittaker New Member

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    I have the formula IF<50%,"NQ",IF>50%,"Q". When the formula shows up an exact 50% it shows "FALSE" any idea how I can overcome this problem.
  2. AliGW

    AliGW Active Member

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    It doesn't account for exactly 50%, that's why. Try this:

    IF<50%,"NQ",IF>=50%,"Q"
  3. vletm

    vletm Excel Ninja

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    Geoff Whittaker
    You should add needed result for case FALSE.
    Now, it seems that You don't have it.
    You would write Your formula here, then You would get more specific answer.
  4. Geoff Whittaker

    Geoff Whittaker New Member

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    Thanks AliGW that sorted it. I realised I wasn't accounting for 50% but couldn't fathom my way around it. Great stuff.
  5. AliGW

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    Glad to have helped! :)

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