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Open the file contained within the folder name shown above.
Do not be fooled by the pretty colours. This exercise is not for the faint-hearted!
We want to calculate the test result status. There are 3 possible results, as shown in this screen shot:
Depending on the data for a result, your formula should return either a calculation of how close the test result is to the maximum allowed value, the word INVALID or the message Not Test 1 or 2.
In cell D4, create a nested =IF formula that does the following:
Checks that it is Test 1 or Test 2 (if not, the formula should return the text Not Test 1 or Test 2)
Checks that the value is between the minimum and maximum for that test. If it is between the minimum and maximum for the test, the formula should calculate how close it is to the maximum value - otherwise, it should display the message INVALID.
To do this, write down all the conditions and work out how many =IF conditions you need to nest (this should help you), then create your formula and copy it down the rest of the column.
Where you have 2 conditions which must be met, use the =AND function in conjunction with your =IF function.
Here are what your answers should resemble:
It might be best to also use =ROUND!
Use Save As... to save the file in your own new Excel work folder.
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