# Excel Formula

Need formula that returns the value to the right of the last value on the left that is not = 0, so below the return cell would be 15.

Number        Average
10                   21
15                   13
5                   15
0                   4
0                   8

Return:      15
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Commented:
i do not understand your questions

but if you want to exclude 0s then you use somethign like this

=IF(A2:A6<>"",AVERAGE(A2:A6))
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Commented:
try formula:
``````=LOOKUP(2,1/(A2:A6>0),B2:B6)
``````
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Commented:
use this formula

=AVERAGE(IF(A2:A6 <>0,A2:A6))
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Author Commented:
Thank you!  Worked great.
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