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Excel formula to return age at which difference in two values > 0

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Hello Experts,

I need a formula to return a value in an adjacent column once the difference between two other numbers in two other columns is greater than zero. Please see the attached worksheet.

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biker9
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=INDEX($A20:$A55,MATCH(TRUE,INDEX(C20:C55-$B20:$B55>0,0),0))

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Perfect!

Thank you!

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