Can anyone HELP!!! How to use the < & > in a formula PLS
Hi All,
I am currently making a RAID log for my project.
Where I am struggling is that after calculating the Risk score, I want to use a CountIf formula to provide me with a count that if the risk score is more than or equal to 5, if the risk score is =< 3. I have managed to achieve this.
The issue I am finding is how would I be able to count the number of medium risks that fall between the range of 3  5. I need a formula to basically be:
= {CCST RAID Log Range 4}, <5 but >3
Is there a way to do this? This method unfortunately returns an error.
Look forward to your thoughts and thank you in advance for any help or insight you can give.
Neil
Answers

Hi @N Kanabar
Try this:
=COUNTIFS({CCST RAID Log Range 4}, >=3, {CCST RAID Log Range 4}, <5)
Keep in mind that this will not include 5 since we're only looking at less than 5. If you want 3, 4, and 5 to be counted, you can add in an = sign before the 5:
=COUNTIFS({CCST RAID Log Range 4}, >=3, {CCST RAID Log Range 4}, <=5)
Let me know if this makes sense and works for you!
Cheers,
Genevieve
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