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can any one help me with one formula which will solve the following if statement?

IF A1 is >0<=10 then return 1

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IF A1 is >10<=20 then return 2

OR

IF A1 is >20<=30 then return 3

OR

IF A1 is >30 then return 4
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Question by:mikes6058
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=IF(AND(A1>0,A1<=10),1,IF(AND(A1>10,A1<=20),2,IF(AND(A1>20,A1<=30),3,IF(A1>30,4,0))))
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by:Rgonzo1971
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Hi,

pls try

=5-MATCH(A1,{10000;30;20;10;0},-1)

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Regards
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by:mikes6058
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Great, how would this work in DAX formula

assuming A1 is a column reference?
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by:Rob Henson
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Alternative but don't know about converting to DAX.

=MAX(1,MIN(4,CEILING(A1,10)/10))

CEILING(Number,Factor)  rounds up a number to the next unit of factor, 10 in this instance.

Dividing by 10 then gives a single integer. Using MIN to compare with 4 ensures it doesn't go higher than 4; using MAX to compare with 1 ensures it doesn't go below 1, otherwise a zero value would give zero result.
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by:ProfessorJimJam
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Mike,

i did not see anything about DAX in your original post.

you can use the same way as i described with DAX as well, except that the cell reference will not be A1 and it will be the column structured reference inside brakets

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee634824.aspx
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by:Rob Henson
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Looking at that link from ProfJJ, it would seem that my suggestion would become:

=MAX(1,MIN(4,CEILING([ColumnHeader],10)/10))   where ColumnHeader refers to header of column to be considered.

Thanks
Rob H
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by:mikes6058
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Great, all good solutions.

Hadn't seen the Rob or Rgonzo's techniques before :)

Mike
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by:mikes6058
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nice work
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