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Excel radom selection formula not working

In a coloumn i have entered starting from cell a10 to a36, and in a4,i have entered starting no as 1 end in a5, ending no as 245. i have entered the following formula to select the random no in b10 =IF(ISTEXT(A10),"",RANDBETWEEN(C$4,C$5)) but the result is not coming?

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What are the values of cells C4 and C5? Should the function above be "...RANDBETWEEN(A$4,A$5)" ?

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