I am attempting to calculate Grade point averages for my students for all classes. There are 5 columns of grades to be considered. I frist assign values of 0-5 to the grades then average the points. My problem is that I want the AVERAGE to ignore the zero but it calculates it as well. (I enter a 0 if I have no grade for that class.) I have tried the{ } to make it an array formula but this also did not work. Here is what I have, can anyone help?

I have a very basic Excel Gradesheet that's designed to simply record letter grades, and show the grade average as the year progresses. I've hit a snag with problem in the formula which shows a grade of "F" - when the grade range can only be that shown on the table (A+ to E-). I've attached the Excel sheet so you can see what I mean.

Need to write a formula that would assign a letter grade (in row W) to the average in row V, based on the school's scale. So, row V contains my averages (in % form) and I want row W to have the letter equivalents.

I am supposed to make an xy scatter graph like the one drawn of paper. The average point need to have a "cross" around it. So far I can just plot the points. I have added the average point as secondary series. I just need to put the "+ sign or cross around" it.

I have a set of % score values (e.g. 88%, 94%, 82%, 67%)

I would like to know if there is a relatively simple formula that can be used to calculate the AVERAGE DEVIATION from 100%, as opposed to the AVERAGE DEVIATION from the mean, which is what the excel function =AVEDEV will return.

E.g. The Average Deviation from the mean for the the above set of values is 8.25%, whereas the Average Deviation from 100% is 17.25%

I can create a complex manual formula which sums absolute values of the variation from 100% of each score, and then divides by the count total of the number of scores, however this is flawed for several reasons, including the fact it is very time consuming when used across a large set of scores, and it is corrupted when a non score exists in a cell (some of the 'scores' may be '-', in which case they should be ignored and not included in the calculation of the average deviation from 100% by treating as a 0% score (and a deviation of 100% from 100%).

i have two columns...a and b (a w/ names, and b w/grades). then i have the table lookup with names and grades all mixed up for many rows. i want to be able to average the grades with appropriate names.

=average(vlookup(name, table, column, false))?? i don't get it to work and how can i specify the grade to average?

TotHCInv.Value = WorksheetFunction. Sum(KRInv, PBLInv, CRInv, PVInv) If i >= 34 Then CPSCtphRMA.Value = WorksheetFunction.Average("G" & (i - 30) & ":G" & i)

The first line runs properly, but the second line bugs out with the error message "Unable to get the Average property of the WorksheetFunction class". I can simply do the math, but I thought that using the worksheet function would be easier than summing and dividing. I'm curious, though, as to why I can't seem to use the Average function.

Can I get a minimum average and a maximum average, I have a worksheet with days of supply for 100 stores with about 100-200 products each, the dos resides in column D.

I was going to create a summary page and reference column d.

The following just gives me the min, I want the min average if possible:

I'm using the formula =AVERAGE(B16:L16) to give me the average.

However I have a couple of problems with this. Firstly I would like to exclude the value zero from the average. Secondly to also ignore the lowest and highest values.

Example, if the values in the cells are 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10 then the current result shows 5, by ignoring the 0 and lowest value 1 and highest value 10 the average should be 4.5.

Ok, I for some reason just cant wrap my head around this. I need to to get the average time per call of two rows, but they are based on how many calls taken.

so in one column i have 50168 calls taken at 4:21 seconds per call. and in the next row i have 597 calls taken at 5:20 per call. I need to see what the new average will be with them combined, and I need it to display in m:ss form.

to formulate Excel formulas to obtain the average buy price and average sell price for me to do this futures trading. Thanks a lot. I downloaded the Htmlmaker to post the spreadsheet here to show the manual way to calcualte the average buy price and average sell price but when it is on html form, i clicked on the 'Please click this button to send the source into clipboard' button & then i paste into this thread. Is the way to make my spreadsheet appear here correct cause it cannot work.

I am compiling a master spreadsheet to analyse progress of students. I have their potential grades in one column and their latest progress grade in another.

I would like an automatic look up of the potential to the progress grade so that if their current grade is BELOW their potential that gets highlighted one colour, if it is above, another colour.

One issue is that the grades are all letters (S, A, B, C, etc.) and that some potential grades are 'dual' (i.e. A/B, S/A) which complicates the issue somewhat.

my Excel teacher doesn't even know how to do this! The chapter is Working with Multiple Worksheets and Workbooks, and we went into linking workbooks, linking worksheets, using the VLOOKUP function, and saving workbooks as templates. This is Case Problem 2 and i'll attaching the file.

It says:

1. On the Grading Criteria worksheet, enter the text "Exam Average" in cell A1 and the text "Grade" in cell B1.

2. In the range A2:B6, create a lookup table for the range of grades specified by Professor Templeton. (Hint: Each letter grade should be matched up with the lowest score possible for that grade.)

Here are the specified grades: 0 to 49 = F 50 to 59 = D 60 to 74 = C 75 to 89 = B 90 to 100 = A

3. Insert a formula in Column E of each worksheet to calculate the overall score of each student based on the grade table you entered in the Grading Criteria worksheet.

I have a range of cells C11:C29,G12:G18,G20:G23,G25:G26,G28:G29,C33:C42,G33:G42,C46:C47,G46:G47,C51:C54,G51:G59,C58:C59 that contains letter grades (egs. A+,C- etc). I need the code for a macro that checks each cell from this range and if the value of the cell is A+ then the cell's value changes to 100, if the cell's value is A then change the cell's value to 98, if cell's value is B+ then change to 88 ...and so on...you get the idea (i will complete the rest of conditions but i just need the basic code).

What I am trying to do is track a 10 week rolling average, where scores are entered weekly in row A6 thru W6. The formula needs to count back starting with W6 until it counts 10 scores then average them. Some cells may be blank.

I have a column with time data in HH:MM:SS format. I need to find the average and sum of the entire column. But the problem is it does not give me the sum or average...

If I press F2 and then Enter in each of the cellsthen I get the sum or average. However, as there are thousands of entries, it's not possible to manually do F2 and Enter in all the data.

I have a spreadsheet which has data in the format of:

Date Sales

Monday, 8 July 2013 191

Tuesday, 9 July 2013 180

[Code] ....

I calculate the average of the last four weekdays individually with =Average(A1,A8,A14..) in a cell above them to get a four week average.

Each time I add a new weeks worth of data, I manually adjust the formula to remove the first cell, and include the latest cell with new data.

I'm looking to find out if there is a way I can automate adjusting the formula so it always grabs the last four Mondays (for example)? Either in VBA or a formula.

Here is my code as it is right now (With the correct range, and yes its a messy range :

[Code] ......

That is my range and thats the range I have to use (The stats are spread out in those rows. How I can get this to disregard 0's? Right now it seems to fail on the third rangevalue (For example in the range above it fails and highlights Y88), but if i remove that value it does the same on the next one instead, always the third.

I have tried =AVERAGEIFS(Range,">0") versions and also ones with /COUNTIF after and others but cant get this to work.

Ok, so from the attached picture (screenshot.jpg), you will see a data export of staff losses.

On the table to the right, i need cell G2 to take the ID from cell F2 and then search column A and add up every time there is negative number in column B.

So if staff ID has -15 , -15, -10 and -10 in the first table, their summary on the right table will show -50

(PS, i know it says AVERAGE LOSS) but i just need it to be the total. So basically, from the loss log on the left, it just counts the total losses occurred by each individual staff member on the summary table to the right.

Cell: F6 is to represent "average weekly offering".

D2:D53: represents the Total Given Year To Date. I need a Weekly Average for Offering, so is it possible to have a formula that can show the average weekly offering in cell F6?

The title isn't very good I know; I don't know the right terminology to explain the problem properly, but i'll give it a go: In column A I have a list of names, all of them appear multiple times. In column B there is a corresponding percentage. I would like to create a formula that takes the average of all the percentages that have the same corresponding name, or 'category'. I don't want to just go through and do it manually since there are roughly 32,000 different values.

I did have one idea; in column C I pasted in a list of all the possible names in column A and then in column D I used countif to find out how many times each name recurred. If both columns A and C are in alphabetical order, I thought I could use the normal average function, by doing, for example AVERAGE(B1:BD1), but this didn't work. Is there some special way in which you can use a cell name (i.e. D1) instead of a number in a cell range? I tried brackets, speech marks etc. but nothing worked. I have searched around a bit on this forum to see if my question had already been answered, and did some extensive googling, but I couldn't find a solution.

Could you please supply a formula that will calculate a four week rolling average of column B in relation to the dates in column A? I tried using the average and offset functions but can't quite get it to calculate the correct averages.