I have written the following formula into a cell. However, any number over 0.1 produces “1”. So, if cell B17 contains 1.9 the number “1” is returned instead of the desired “7”. Could explain what I have done wrong, please?
Thanks in advance.
you first condition is B17>=0.1 so as you say a number like 3 is going to meet that condition. You need to cull out values as you go along. So you first condition should be
So when it does the first check, anything above or = 2 will trigger there. Anything that gets to the second check is less than 2 and to the third check is less than 1.8 and so forth. so you just need to reverse the order of your comparisons.
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