# Subtract Number From Column Of Numbers

Oct 4, 2006I have data on A1 to A100. How can I subtract a same number (for example 10)from each cell of A1:A100?

View 3 RepliesI have data on A1 to A100. How can I subtract a same number (for example 10)from each cell of A1:A100?

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I'm working on a budget and financial calculator

I've already got it set up to calculate my pay and deduct taxes and all my bill and tell me how much I have left at the end of the month, now I am trying to get it set up to tell me how much will be left out of each check I get based on what day my bills are due.

Essentially what i want is I7 is the cell for my first check of the month and K7 is my second check, Column H shows my due dates for each bill, column A is the price on each bill so what i want is something that is similar to.

If the value if column H is between 5 and 19 then deduct the price in column a from I7 (with H and A being the same row) and if the value of column H is 1-4 or 20-31 then deduce the value in column A (with H and A being the same row) from K7.

Another way to put it would be I7 gets deducted the value in column A if column H is between 4-19 otherwise do nothing (with H and A having same row) deduct the value in Column A from K7 if column H is between 1-4 or 20-31 otherwise do nothing.

I have an excel with column value as below(sample)

3

4

6

7

empty cell

4

5

3

1

7

empty cell

4

5

empty cell

and more...

Actually i want it to reduce others with lowest number among them.. and after every empty cell, it should find the lowest number again and reduce it from others.. this should repeat until the column data completes. after processing it should find as below

0

1

3

4

empty cell

3

4

2

0

6

empty cell

0

1

empty cell

Any macro or excel formula for processing such a kind of excel. Empty cell works like a delimiter..

I am looking to be able to compare a number with a letter so for example 4c and compare it with another 5c and in that scenario see a difference of 1 but when the two to be compared are 4c and 4a it would see 0.6.

in this excersize

A=0.33333R

B=0.33333R

C=0.33333R

it is basically sub category of the initial number so an A is better than a B and in tern a B is better than a C

for example

Targeted Working At Residual

4c 4b 0.33333r

5a 4c -0.33333r

4c 5c 1

4c 5a 0.33333r

5c 3b -1.66666

so on and such forth the number and letter can be entered into seperate fields the lettering are only A,B,C but numbers can range from 1-9 i am normally quite ept with excel but this is out of my depth

I want to input pick 3 (3 numbers) into a cell and with the assigned SUM to that cell to add +123 to the 3 numbers I input, but how do I get the answer not to carry over?

For pick 3 games, the numbers are; 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 (ten total).

When I add +123 to 987 I get 1110. I don't want that. I would like it to show 010 instead, lotto numbers no carry over.

How can I subtract a series of numbers from an array. example.

Code:

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

L

M

N

O

P

Q

R

S

T

13

14

25

26

37

39

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=ABS(1-B2) C2,D2,E2,F2 AND G and after start again with =abs(2-B2:G2)

I want to know how to do this for example until 60, I mean 60 minus the row B:G

IF formula.

I am trying to subtract 2 numbers, and they are 4 different combinations of positive and negative numbers.

I wrote the formula as

=IF(A5*B5>0,IF(AND(A5*B54,458 2,367 (322)FALSE(1,277)1,751 FALSE

I have a row A through N. In cell A1, have a dollar amount. In cells C1 through N1, I have different dollar amounts. In cell O1, I want to have a formula that will take the dollar figure in A1 and subtract from that amount the total of all the amounts in cells C1 thorugh N1. But I don't know how to write that formula.

Let's say I've got $100 in A1, and then in C1 through N1, I have $2, $3, $4, etc. for a total amount of $94 in cells C1 through N1. I'd like to have a formula in O1 that would show $6.

How to write up that formula in cell O1.

Imagine I have cells A1 to A5 with a sequence of "numbers" like this:

A1 = 50-55

A2 = 45-67

A3 = 56-90

A4 = 49-80

A5 = 51-55

The left hand side numbers represent a score a minus sign (-) to separate and the right hand side represent another score. I want a formula that I can add, subtract, divide, average, etc, etc these numbers.

If I want to add the left hand scores, for example, cells A1 to A3, sum would be 151 (50 + 45 + 56).

Ive attached a spreadsheet showing what im trying to achieve. basically i have a scheduling objective, in which only a few slots (AA, BB, CC) are available. so the starting availability is fixed. for this example assume the starting values are 6,7, and 8 respectively. as 'bookings' are entered, im using the value of -1 against A, B, or C respectively, to indicate that AA, BB, or CC should be decreased by 1 unit of availability.

im trying to incorporate the subtraction within a pivot table. as you can see i am way off. the hypothetical formula logic that im trying to implement within the PivotTable would look something like this:

for A,B or C, sum all (-1) values for each instance of Date and Stage... this will give total bookings

add this total value to the starting values of AA, BB, CC respectively to get the new availability

I needa formular that will subtract a number per day, for example as one day passes you can set the amount of number to be taken away from the total.

View 12 Replies View RelatedI have a code that inserts a new column after every 7th column. I want to include a formula where every 7th column value is subtracted from the values present in the column before the 1st, or you can think of it as subtracting 7th column of the present group from the 7th column of the previous group. Example: The range of my data starts from col F, then

F (7th) New Column (G) H (1st) I (2nd) J (3rd) K (4th) L (5th) M (6th) N (7th) New Column (O) P (1st) Q (2nd) R (3rd)

So, New Column (O) = N - F

and the next New Column (W) = V-N ...

NOTE: Column G can be ignored.

I want to add a looping function to this so that it will continue to subtract for the other respective columns as well. How do I incorporate this into the following code?

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I'm using Excel 2013.

I am attaching my spread sheet.

I need to create a function for cell E9 that will look at cell D4(gender) AND cell C5 (age in days) and choose the correct value J3:M3 (boys) or O3:R3 (girls) to subtract form cell C9.

I tried =IF(D4=2(AND(C5<E3,sum(C9,-5),FALSE)) but did not get anywhere.

CI formula.xlsx

I am looking for a formula which substract a number of workdays defined in a cell from a date defined i nanother cell. For example I have a date in cell B2: 10.08.2014 - this is the due date for service delivery. In cell C2 there is a number of workdays: 84 - this is the duration for the delivery process. I would like to have a formula calculating in cell D2 the date when the delivery process has to start. The tricky point is that B2 is basicly a range of merged cells B2:B6. As an example I am attaching an exmple sheet.

View 10 Replies View RelatedI am creating a spreadsheet for inventory use. I want to have a running total in (1) cell based upon a new/different number being entered into a different cell.

Column B, Row 1 (This will be a new/different number entered every day - inventory in or out, so positive or negative number)

Column D, Row 1 (This will be a running total based on numbers inserted in previous 2 columns)

Basically what I have is a key inventory. So there is column A with key number, B should be keys IN, C should be keys OUT, or ideally B would be IN and OUT meaning, for inventory IN input a positive number and for inventory OUT input a negative number, and D Should be total.

Column E represents number of keys currently in the inventory. I was going to hide the current inventory column so all you see is IN/OUT and total. So what I need is to be able to just come in and type in a number in the IN and/or OUT column, without having to add/subtract it with the number already in that column.

Bottom line, I'd like to be able to use IN and/or OUT columns to just type in numbers as they come and not have to worry about what's already in those columns and get correct total number.

Ok here it is. Attached worksheet shows

Column A - Key Numbers...No data value

Column B - Inventory IN

Column C - Inventory OUT

Column D - Total

Column E - Current Inventory(Starting point)

So the formula I used to get what i currently have is (=B2-C2+E2). This way whatever i input in columns C and C. totals out in D. But this way every time I want to add/subtract a number in B and C, i have to add to the number already in the column. I'd like to be able to type in a number in B and C as i go and still have a correct total. I wouldn't mind having just one column for in/out and use positive and negative numbers to differentiate inventory in or out.

I have name and a number in this

format: cell a1 Jones---56. In cell b1 I have another name i.e.,

Johnson---45. How can I subtract 45 from 56, take 60% of the difference

and in cell c3 show the following; Johnson---6. All numbers are to

rounded down to 0. The final result would look like this;

a1 Jones----56, b1 Johnson----45, c1 Johnson----6. I have other cells

with the same type of info in them. Example; a2 Smith----34, b2

Jones----78, c3 would show Smith----26.(rounded down) I always want to

subtract the lower number from the highest and take 60% of the

difference.

I created a drop down box with 3 options. Yes, No, and N/A. I want to subtract from a fixed number (8) a certain amount based on the answer. Something like if yes then subtract 1 from 8 and have the final number (7) appear in another cell.

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I have a column which contains following values:

Code:

646-900

634-645

611-633

589-610

and so on

I want to first reverse the range in each row and then subtract the values from 2000 so that it now becomes

Code:

1100-1354

1355-1366

1367-1389

1390-1411

How can I write the formula?

in Cell J32 I want it so when i type in a number it would subtract the number from Cell C32. Is there a formula in which all you have to do is type the number without editing the formula?

View 3 Replies View RelatedWe use excel to organize salaries and contracts for my fantasy baseball league. I need an easy way to go through all the teams and subtract one year from each players contract. This is an example of a team.

The contracts are in the columns like this NG-3

I would like to change that to NG-2

I am trying to subtract the highest number from a row of numbers then find the average for the remaining numbers in Excel 2003, as: =SUM(B2:E2)-MAX(B2:E2)AVERAGE(B2:E2).

View 5 Replies View RelatedNeed to find out exact date. if I insert 32.5 (32 years 5 months ) in particular cell. my output shld be 10 june 1974 or 10/06/1974. I want to find back date...

View 4 Replies View Relatedi'm currently trying to count the number of unique numbers in a Column using this formula:

=SUMPRODUCT((A3:A3002<>"")/COUNTIF(A3:A4002;A3:A3002&""))

So far so good.....But I want to add some conditions like only count the numbers that meet the condition say N1:N3000="SE*"

=SUMPRODUCT((A1:A3000<>"");(AND(OR(N1:N3000="SE*";N1:N3000="INC*")/COUNTIF(A1:A3000;A1:A3000&""))))

On this one I get #VALUE! and i can't figure out why.

I have also tried to put the AND/OR condition before the actual starting of the array of the SUMPRODUCT but nothing.

I have a column where I have record numbers. The record number can end up duplicate in some cells.

PROBLEM_ID

IBM-02204732

IBM-03252238

IBM-03252238

IBM-03335648

IBM-03534918

IBM-03534918

IBM-03862015

IBM-03862015

IBM-12737629

IBM-12737629

IBM-17269762

I would like the get a formula that can count the number of unique numbers in that column?

I would like to get if possible to get a formula that summarize the number into a single cell.

I did a search myself, then went through the 5 pages the "Post" function brought up. I'm sure it's been asked before, I must just not be using the right words

I need to tell every cell in one column to multiply itself by a firm number and a percentage. Ex: Column F will be the result of $77.80 times 75 percent all the way down the column. Column G will be $27.21 times 100 percent all the way down.

I could enter the formula into every cell, but I wondered if there's a way to just tell the whole column, only once, what it needs to do. PS-I work for an insurance company. The employees of a company want a spreadsheet showing exactly who pays exactly what. Ex: Their paystub shows $142.90 coming out of their paycheck. Their employer pays 100% of medical, 75% of dental. The columns would show Total, Employer Medical, Employer Dental, Employee Medical, Employee Dental.

I have a database of over 200,000 parts

In this database i have cost and sale price. 20,000 parts have the numbers backwards.

if you loop the rows you can subtract =SUM(AE2-Y2) if that number is a negative number I would need the value of AE copied to Y2 and the value of Y2 copied to AE2. the 2 being the row number which would always change with the loop.

I have a cells with a date and time in each cell. I want to subtract the number of days between the cells only. Is there a way to do that with the time in the cell? If not, how do I remove the time in each cell?

View 5 Replies View RelatedWhat I am trying to is to count the number of times a certain number or character appears (either on its own or in a batch of consecutive cells containing that number/character) in a column.An example might clarify things (for reasons of brevity I will write the columns in rows):

If a column looks like (each 1-digit numbers / characters being a consecutive cell) 0 0 X X 0 0 X and I am counting for X, then I should get 2. If my column is X X 0 X X 0 X 0 0, then I should get 3. If my column is 0 X X 0 0 X 0 then I should get 2. If my column is X X 0 X X 0 X then I should get 3. Is there a formula to perform that calculation?

I am trying to find a formula that will return the number of week days between two dates. My specific situation is that my job sets up work orders (WO) to be completed by our staff. We have 3 dates - the date the WO was created, the date the WO is due to be completed, and the date the WO was actually completed.

I would like to subtract the Complete date from the Due date. Generally, this should always equal zero because our staff should be completing WOs on the due date! But obviously that doesn't always happen. There are times that they complete them late, and times they complete them early (yay!).

The problem with NETWORKDAYS is that even when they are completed on time, the result is 1. This formula counts instead of subtracts. I adjusted the formula to =NETWORKDAYS(A3,A4)-1 which works fine for those WOs completed on time or completed late. But for those completed early, it adds (or subtracts, really) 2 days. So for a WO completed a day early, instead of it showing -1, it shows -3. I've attached an example of WOs and the NETWORKDAYS formula I've used so you can see.

Subtract Days.xls

I'm really looking for something that will subtract week days, not count them.

Have a spreadsheet that contains a column of 3 digit numbers as well as 3 digit numbers with 2 trailing alpha characters.

Example:

376

377

421

376AB

376XY

377NC

421GQ

421EF

Need to sort by this column, but, with the parameter of sorting first by the numeric only, and then by numeric with alphas. So, the above list would look like this sorted properly:

376

376AB

376XY

377

377NC

421

421EF

421GQ

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