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I want to divide the topcel of a column with the lowest value I find between this top cell and the cell above the cell with this formula.
Could you give me the formula?

Kind regards

Eric
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by:Ryan
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I'm assuming the TopCell is Row 2.
I'm assuming your formula is is D10

To reference Column A, the the formula would be
$A$2/Min($A$3:$A10)
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by:Eric Zwiekhorst
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Dear Bullwinkle,

I forgot to mention that not all the cells in this region are filled.
The lowest value must be a number higher then 0

Thanks for the quick respond
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by:Ryan
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This probably isn't the most efficient but will work.

=A2/MIN(IF($A$2:$A10>0,$A$3:$A10,1000))

Array Formula, so used Shift+Enter after copying the formula, and it should appear inside curly braces.
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Actually, you don't need the false part of the if. So the following works, with Shift+Enter.
=A2/MIN(IF($A$2:$A10>0,$A$3:$A10))
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by:Eric Zwiekhorst
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Super and very quickly
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by:Martin Liss
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I'm a little confused by your question. Given the following values in Col A, what do you want to do?

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by:Eirman
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Mr bullwinkle's first formula works fine even if there are blanks
$A$2/Min($A$3:$A10)
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