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    (Grade1 + Grade2)/2>86 and Grade3>70 and either "YES" or "NO" should appear under Pass

    Thank you for your interest!

    I have the following table:

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    In order to pass this class, (Grade1 + Grade2)/2>86 and Grade3>70 and either "YES" or "NO" should appear under the Pass Column (E)

    All of the functions I have tried with =IF and =AND or such have failed, I have a feeling I am not placing the "(" and ")" right, not being in the right order/ combination.....

    Can you please help me sort this out?

    A few ideas on how to do it?

    I have managed to solve half of it, if (Grade1 + Grade2)/2>86 then "yes" or "no", but I cannot understand how to do the rest....
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    Re: =IF/=IF(AND Problem

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    Re: (Grade1 + Grade2)/2>86 and Grade3>70 and either "YES" or "NO" should appear under Pass

    There are instructions at the top of the page explaining how to attach your sample workbook.

    A good sample workbook has just 10-20 rows of representative data that has been desensitised. It also has expected results mocked up, relevant cells highlighted and a few explanatory notes.

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    Re: (Grade1 + Grade2)/2>86 and Grade3>70 and either "YES" or "NO" should appear under Pass

    How about this, starting in row 2 and filling down:

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    Re: =IF/=IF(AND Problem

    Thank you very much for correcting my mistakes and for the guidance!

    I will keep everything in mind!

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    Re: (Grade1 + Grade2)/2>86 and Grade3>70 and either "YES" or "NO" should appear under Pass

    You are absolutely amazing!
    Thank you very much for this!

    I have tried so hard creating a long equation string to achieve this and I haven't thought of using the "average" function

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