I took the liberty of changing the boundaries in the column and row headers of the attached. These can
of course be changed to whatever you prefer. This is why. The lower boundary in Q6 is 89.1% and the
upper boundary in R5 (row above) is 89.0%. Should you designate say 89.05% there is no range that fits
into. So I changed R5 to 89.1% and did likewise with R6:R13. The same holds true for the column
headers in rows 3 and 4. This way formulae can refer to upper boundaries as < upper and >= to lower.
The formula array entered is If you arenít familiar with array-entered formulae array enter means the formula must be committed from edit mode by simultaneously pressing and holding down Ctrl and Shift while hitting Enter.
The file is attached.