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# PowerPivot exercises on THE CALCULATE FUNCTION

This page lists the
15 exercises about **The CALCULATE function** in PowerPivot on our website:

Software: | PowerPivot |

Version: | Excel 2016 and later |

Topic: | The CALCULATE function |

Level: | Relatively easy |

Course: | |

Exercise: | Use the CALCULATE function to show percentages of row and column totals in a pivot table. |

Software: | PowerPivot |

Version: | Excel 2013 and later |

Topic: | The CALCULATE function |

Level: | Relatively easy |

Course: | |

Exercise: | Use the CALCULATE function to pick out only transactions whose price is a given amount. |

Software: | PowerPivot |

Version: | Excel 2010 and later |

Topic: | The CALCULATE function |

Level: | Relatively easy |

Course: | |

Exercise: | Use ALL and CALCULATE to get proportions of totals for regions. |

Software: | PowerPivot |

Version: | Excel 2010 and later |

Topic: | The CALCULATE function |

Level: | Relatively easy |

Course: | |

Exercise: | Divide sales by 4 legs and other for a measure, using the FILTER function. |

Software: | PowerPivot |

Version: | Excel 2016 and later |

Topic: | The CALCULATE function |

Level: | Average difficulty |

Course: | |

Exercise: | Use the CALCULATE function to show total sales for Northern powerhouse shopping centres. |

Software: | PowerPivot |

Version: | Excel 2010 and later |

Topic: | The CALCULATE function |

Level: | Average difficulty |

Course: | |

Exercise: | Use the RANKX function to order total sales over species. |

Software: | PowerPivot |

Version: | Excel 2010 and later |

Topic: | The CALCULATE function |

Level: | Average difficulty |

Course: | |

Exercise: | Use FILTER and ALL to show sales as a proportion of one region's total. |

Software: | PowerPivot |

Version: | Excel 2010 and later |

Topic: | The CALCULATE function |

Level: | Average difficulty |

Course: | |

Exercise: | Create measure using CALCULATE and ALL to get ratios against total. |

Software: | PowerPivot |

Version: | Excel 2016 and later |

Topic: | The CALCULATE function |

Level: | Average difficulty |

Course: | |

Exercise: | Create a ratio of sales between two different habitats, using the CALCULATE and SUMX functions. |

Software: | PowerPivot |

Version: | Excel 2010 and later |

Topic: | The CALCULATE function |

Level: | Average difficulty |

Course: | |

Exercise: | Exclude a month from totals using the VALUES function to retain context. |

Software: | PowerPivot |

Version: | Excel 2013 and later |

Topic: | The CALCULATE function |

Level: | Average difficulty |

Course: | |

Exercise: | Use CALCULATE to work out the ratio of total sales to sales for a specific type of animal. |

Software: | PowerPivot |

Version: | Excel 2013 and later |

Topic: | The CALCULATE function |

Level: | Harder than average |

Course: | |

Exercise: | Use AVERAGEX to find average ratios, then CALCULATE to avoid divide-by-zero errors. |

Software: | PowerPivot |

Version: | Excel 2010 and later |

Topic: | The CALCULATE function |

Level: | Harder than average |

Course: | |

Exercise: | Filter calculated sums to compare two stores' sales figures. |

Software: | PowerPivot |

Version: | Excel 2010 and later |

Topic: | The CALCULATE function |

Level: | Harder than average |

Course: | |

Exercise: | Create a calculated column using EARLIER to show previous joiner count. |

Software: | PowerPivot |

Version: | Excel 2013 and later |

Topic: | The CALCULATE function |

Level: | Harder than average |

Course: | |

Exercise: | Omitting a particular shopping centre from totals, using the VALUES function. |

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