iF statement with = to and between


I cant seem to get this to work:

If "A2 is equal to or between 1.849 and 1.901 then "PASS" otherwise "FAIL"

(see attached)
As always, BIG THANKS for helping :)
Kelly KavanaghAsked:
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Brian BEE Topic Advisor, Independant Technology ProfessionalCommented:
Hi Kelly

=IF(AND(A2>=1.849,A2<=1.901),"Pass","Fail") should do it. Just copy and paste the formula down for the rest of the rows.

Please let us know if that works.

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NorieAnalyst Assistant Commented:
Try this.
=IF(AND(A2>=1.849, A2<=1.901), "PASS", "FAIL")
Kelly KavanaghAuthor Commented:
It works!  Bigger thanks that you replied soooo fast :):):) Happy Friday!
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Brian BEE Topic Advisor, Independant Technology ProfessionalCommented:
Hi Kelly. Since I replied first, would you like the question re-opened so you can select my answer? Just click "report question" at the top under the text of your question and a mod can help you fix that. Thanks!
NorieAnalyst Assistant Commented:

I have no problem with that, hadn't refreshed the page before answering so didn't see Brian's response.:)
Kelly KavanaghAuthor Commented:
Of course....... I am just seeing the 2nd one now....it must have popped up when i was copying your formula over....
Im sorry Norie i thought  i was clicking on the Brian's response....
I dont know how to reopen it, but if one of you can than please do and I will update...
Brian BEE Topic Advisor, Independant Technology ProfessionalCommented:
Thanks everyone.

Okay Kelly, go ahead.
Kelly KavanaghAuthor Commented:
Thanks again Brian!  You rocked for speed!  and again....Happy Friday! :)
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