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Excel-combine average formula with if

How can  I combine formula of Average with IF

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  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2014

    recently it has become necessary in my job to determine how many likely number combinations would equal a given total. No one here knows how to make that determination. We have both ms access and excel, but still do not know how to use either of them to our advantage in this situation. please help



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Try this site...i hope thats what you mean when you say combine both formula. 

Posted on Oct 25, 2007


Thanks judesoul.......u got it...

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