At 20:09 25/11/2020 -0700, S T Moose wrote:
in cell b4 to z4 are values 320, 320, 320, 320, 320, 320, 320, 320,
320,320, 320, 320, 320, 320, 320, 320, 322, 322, 323, 323, 323, 323,
323, 323, 323
in cell b8 formula =LARGE(B4:Z4,2) gives the result 323 (but I would
think that it should return 322? - right?
i am using the LARGE function incorrectly?
I suspect it is working as it should. (In any case, as you have seen,
this is what it does.) The largest number in your set is 323. The
second largest is also 323, and so on down to the seventh largest.
You need to get to the eighth largest before you get to the first
occurrence (of two) of 322, and then the tenth to twenty-fifth
largest are all 320.
I trust this helps.
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