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Functions and Pivot Tables

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    Functions and Pivot Tables

    Hello everyone,

    I am encountering a problem in excel, that I don't know if you can help me solve. I have a dataset and generated a pivot table out of it.
    The pivot table has a set of categories, calculated averages for those categories and then a column that calculates the precentage of observations that correspond to each category.

    I am trying to come up with a calculation that multiplies each average to the percentage, as a means to calculate a weighted average.

    Unfortunately, when trying to use a calculated field, the formula multiplies the average with the number of observations instead of percentage. Is there any way to solve this?

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