Posted October 05, 2018 05:09:51Excel has many functions to help you compare two values, but sometimes it can get a little confusing.
Here’s how to find out how much of each number you have to multiply to get the answer.
The first step is to convert your input values to percentages.
If you have one number, use that as your input.
If your input is two numbers, use the result as your output.
If the input is a decimal, use 0.3.
The following example converts your input to a decimal number: 1.5 is 1.8, 0.6 is 0.7, 0 is 0, 1.4 is 1, 1 is 2, and 2 is 3.
The difference is 0 percent.
If your input equals a decimal value, then convert it to a percent.
For example, if you have an input of 1.1 and you convert it from percent to decimal, you’ll get the following result: 1 percent.
If it’s not a decimal integer, you can’t convert it back to a percentage.