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# Need a range answer in excel

I'm calculating a range (15-25%) of a variable in another excel cell and want this new cell to answer with the range (.15*b27 to .25*b27), rather than a single answer. Is this possible?

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Yes, Concatenate is the name of the formula.

ex:
=CONCATENATE(.15*B27," to ",.25*B27)
Which would return something like: "15.1254 to 25.5514"

If you want to limit the numbers in the returned data to whole numbers, you need to add the Floor formula.
ex.
=CONCATENATE(FLOOR(.15*B27,1)," to ",FLOOR(.25*B27,1))
That would return something like "15 to 25"

Posted on Dec 29, 2008

• Peter Sturniolo Dec 29, 2008

And if you wanted to add the percent sign, it would need to go inside quotes.

ex.

=CONCATENATE(FLOOR(.15*B27,1),"% to ",FLOOR(.25*B27,1),"%")

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