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divide and round up
I have a formula: c5/4
I want a formula to divide: c5/4 then round up to a whole number. example: if the answer is 17.3 I want the answer to be 18. 
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divide and round up
=roundup(c5/4, 0)
 HTH... Jim Thomlinson "Pammy" wrote: > I have a formula: c5/4 > I want a formula to divide: c5/4 then round up to a whole number. example: > > if the answer is 17.3 I want the answer to be 18. 
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divide and round up
Hi,
=roundup(c5/4,0) "Pammy" wrote: > I have a formula: c5/4 > I want a formula to divide: c5/4 then round up to a whole number. example: > > if the answer is 17.3 I want the answer to be 18. 
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On Monday, September 21, 2009 at 12:40:02 PM UTC5, Pammy wrote:
> I have a formula: c5/4 > I want a formula to divide: c5/4 then round up to a whole number. example: > > if the answer is 17.3 I want the answer to be 18. What if I want to divide cell D5 by cell B4 and then roundup? 
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On Thu, 5 Jan 2017 10:12:30 0800 (PST), wrote:
>On Monday, September 21, 2009 at 12:40:02 PM UTC5, Pammy wrote: >> I have a formula: c5/4 >> I want a formula to divide: c5/4 then round up to a whole number. example: >> >> if the answer is 17.3 I want the answer to be 18. > > >What if I want to divide cell D5 by cell B4 and then roundup? =INT(C5/4)+1 
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On Thu, 05 Jan 2017 14:54:02 0500, colglbo >
wrote: >On Thu, 5 Jan 2017 10:12:30 0800 (PST), wrote: > >>On Monday, September 21, 2009 at 12:40:02 PM UTC5, Pammy wrote: >>> I have a formula: c5/4 >>> I want a formula to divide: c5/4 then round up to a whole number. example: >>> >>> if the answer is 17.3 I want the answer to be 18. >> >> >>What if I want to divide cell D5 by cell B4 and then roundup? > >=INT(C5/4)+1 Didn't read question correctly =INT(D5/B4)+1 
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divide and round up
On Monday, September 21, 2009 at 12:40:02 PM UTC5, Pammy wrote:
> I have a formula: c5/4 > I want a formula to divide: c5/4 then round up to a whole number. example: > > if the answer is 17.3 I want the answer to be 18. Very cool thanks! I also got it to work with =ROUNDUP(D5/B4,0) 
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divide and round up
On Thursday, January 5, 2017 at 12:30:41 PM UTC8, wrote:
> On Monday, September 21, 2009 at 12:40:02 PM UTC5, Pammy wrote: > > I have a formula: c5/4 > > I want a formula to divide: c5/4 then round up to a whole number. > > example: > > if the answer is 17.3 I want the answer to be 18. > > Very cool thanks! I also got it to work with =ROUNDUP(D5/B4,0) The ROUNDUP() approach is better. For example, if D5 and B4 happen contain the same number, the desired result is probably 1, not 2. 
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divide and round up
> =INT(D5/B4)+1
That wouldn't work if the result of the division is a whole number it would round up when it shouldn't roundup is the one you'd want to use 
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