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Count How Many Assemblies I Can Make From Current Components In stock?

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    Count How Many Assemblies I Can Make From Current Components In stock?

    Hello Guys,

    Could someone please give me some assistance on the below?

    I have been trying to figure out how I can count how many Assemblies can be built from the current stock levels of its sub-components.

    For Example:

    Column A: Sub Component Names
    Column B: Amount Required per Assembly.
    Column C: Amount currently in stock.
    Column D1: Return how many assemblies can be built from the current stock levels of its sub-components?

    Assembly Breakdown (components required):
    Component A: Required Qty (1) - Stock Qty (10)
    Component B: Required Qty (2) - Stock Qty (15)
    Component C: Required Qty (1) - Stock Qty (25)

    Given this example, I should be able to make 7 assemblies as I don't have enough of component B to build more.

    Any help on a formula for this would be much appreciated!

    Thanks,

    - Grady

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    Re: Count How Many Assemblies I Can Make From Current Components In stock?

    Wouldn't it be:
    1) Add a column to compute =INT(stock qty/required qty)
    2) The final result is =MIN(helper column).

    If I've understood correctly, that's how I would do it.
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    Re: Count How Many Assemblies I Can Make From Current Components In stock?

    Quote Originally Posted by MrShorty View Post
    Wouldn't it be:
    1) Add a column to compute =INT(stock qty/required qty)
    2) The final result is =MIN(helper column).

    If I've understood correctly, that's how I would do it.
    Thank you so much!

    Excel isn't my strongest skill.

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