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RNINSF415GMAILCOM
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IF i WANT TO DIVIDE A NUMERATOR BY ONLY THE NUMBER OF CELLS THAT HAVE AN ENTRY (WHICH CAN VARY), HOW WOULD I DO THAT?

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@RNINSF415GMAILCOM

 

Hi,

 

Supposing that the entry is 10 and the numerator is 20, you can do that using the formula below.

=IF(A1=10,20/A1,"")

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Regards

@RNINSF415GMAILCOM 

This places a slightly different interpretation on your question.  If the data entries lie within a defined Range 'Entries' then

= Numerator / COUNTA(Entries)

would do what you state.

 

If it were that the range is fully populated but might grow as data is appended then by placing it within a Table the range becomes dynamic.  In that case the formula would be

= Numerator / ROWS(Entries)

 

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