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How To find 2nd higher lookup value

Discussion in 'Ask an Excel Question' started by tiong999, Nov 13, 2017.

  1. tiong999

    tiong999 Member

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    Hello everyone,

    I would like to ask if i need to find 2'th higher lookup value.

    Please take a review within my illlustration attached file.

    Thanks for any contribution, im appreciated so much.

    Regards,
    Tiong

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  2. Thangavel

    Thangavel Member

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    Hello Tiong,
    Please use this formula in D7.
  3. NARAYANK991

    NARAYANK991 Excel Ninja

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    Hi ,

    It is not really clear from the data what you mean.

    The values higher than 4.5 are 4.55 , 5.48 , 5.54 ,...

    Why did you choose 5.54 ?

    Suppose the lookup value was 8.31 ; what would be the result ?

    Suppose the lookup value was 8.32 ; what would be the result ?

    Explain your logic clearly and thoroughly , so that we do not have to assume anything.

    Narayan
  4. tiong999

    tiong999 Member

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    Hello Narayan,

    Yes, its my bad to explained it not clearly.

    So, the 2nd larger than lookup value, should be 5,48 after 4,55.

    Regards,
    Tiong
    Last edited: Nov 13, 2017
  5. NARAYANK991

    NARAYANK991 Excel Ninja

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    Hi ,

    Why not 5.48 ?

    Narayan
  6. tiong999

    tiong999 Member

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    My Bad, dont know why i keep mistyping.

    Sorry, it was 5,48 indeed

    Tiong
  7. NARAYANK991

    NARAYANK991 Excel Ninja

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    Hi ,

    See your file.

    Narayan

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  8. tiong999

    tiong999 Member

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    Hello,

    Thanks for your help & great contribution, im appreciated it so much.

    Regards,
    Tiong
  9. bosco_yip

    bosco_yip Well-Known Member

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    Another option (non-array formula),

    =INDEX(B3:O3,MATCH(LARGE(B4:O4,COUNTIF(B4:O4,">="&D6)-1),B4:O4,0))

    Regards
    Bosco
  10. Naresh Yadav

    Naresh Yadav Active Member

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    Hi,

    Pls see if this non-array formula works for you

    =SUMIF(B4:O4,AGGREGATE(15,6,B4:O4/(B4:O4>=D6),2),B3:O3)

    regards
    Naresh

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