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Help - weird result- avarage, min, median, max

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    Help - weird result- avarage, min, median, max

    Please help,

    I am trying to get the avarage, min, median, and max for certan numbers that I got from a web site. The problem is that I keep getting an error or just a 0 for an answer. I checked that the format in in number but I have no idea what else it could be.

    I would apreciate your help,
    Thanks
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    Hi Fernando,

    In your version of Excel, does the default decimal format use a dot (.) or comma (,)? In my version, U.S. English, I can switch your commas to dots and the formula calculates correctly.

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    WOW!
    how do y switch the coma to a dot?

    thanks

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