Excel Countif Modulus on list of values

Hi Experts

I've got the following sample data in a single column in my XLS:

130.18
129.34
128.08
129.21
129.69
130.58
130.94
130.66
131.39
131.45
131.95
132.26

I need a formula to calculate the number of values in this data range that have a modulus of 0.35 to 0.50 (both values inclusive) - the correct answer is: 2

What is the formula I should use?
wesmanbigmig13Asked:
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NorieAnalyst Assistant Commented:
Perhaps.

=SUMPRODUCT(--(MOD(A1:A12,1)>=0.35),--( MOD(A1:A12,1)<=0.5))
wesmanbigmig13Author Commented:
Thanks Norie - this looks promising, however I just tried the following on this set of values and it should return a result of 2, but instead it returns a result of 1...

=SUMPRODUCT(--(MOD(C59:C70,1)>=0.18), --(MOD(C59:C70,1)<=0.21))

Seems like it isn't including one of the values 0.18 or 0.21 ...?
wesmanbigmig13Author Commented:
Testing further, it seems like it is the less than or equal to value (<=0.21) which it isn't including correctly, because if I change the formula to the following:

=SUMPRODUCT(--(MOD(C59:C70,1)>=0.18), --(MOD(C59:C70,1)<=0.22))

it returns the correct result of 2. Why does the <= function not work correctly? It seems to be ignoring the = to part of only working on the < part...
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NorieAnalyst Assistant Commented:
Can you show the other set of data you tried it on?

Perhaps upload a sample workbook?
wesmanbigmig13Author Commented:
Hi Norie - please see attached file. The result for the formula should be 3, but Excel shows 2
demo.xlsx
NorieAnalyst Assistant Commented:
I think this is a caused by the way Excel, well computers, store decimalnumbers, see here.

If we use the ROUND function to round to 2 decimal places the correct result is returned.

=SUMPRODUCT(--(ROUND(MOD(A1:A12,1),2)>=0.21), --(ROUND(MOD(A1:A12,1),2)<=0.34))

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wesmanbigmig13Author Commented:
Perfect, thanks Norie. Worked a charm!

Thanks

Wes
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