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    varadhu Posts: 14, Reputation: 1
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    Nov 11, 2016, 11:18 PM
    Finding the related value from the table

    In a statistics compiled relating to evaluation of selected cities based on various parameters( each on a maximum of 200) on a quarterly basis, the total score for every city was arrived as in table I. The highest/lowest level (max/min score) so far achieved by the cities was also recorded in the table I. The max and min scores are further distributed into various levels from 0 to 100.

    Now the requirement is as follows: As soon as the current score of one OR all the city is/are entered/copy pasted in "column T" of table II, the resultant base score (for the levels from 0 to 100) relating to the city has to appear in "column U". I want a formula for the above.

    Manual copying of the result would be cumbersome for too many input cities.

    Thanks to our members is advance,
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    Nov 12, 2016, 05:06 AM
    Please tell us what you have tried for a formula. We help; we don't do homework for you.

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