# Calculation error between two time stamps.

Overachievers Alumni

I am currently having a calculation error. first row total should be 2,50 but I am getting 3,50.

The second row calculation is correct with the exact same formula. Only difference is that the second row does not have any minutes.

=IFERROR(VALUE(LEFT([Time Out]@row; 2)) + (VALUE(RIGHT([Time Out]@row; 2)) / 60) - VALUE(LEFT([Time In]@row; 2)) + (VALUE(RIGHT([Time In]@row; 2)) / 60); 0)

I dont know where I am going wrong with this formula.

Any assistance will be appreciated.

M

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Michelle Basson

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• Employee

Try adding parentheses around the two separate statements to ensure the math is calculating in the correct order:

=IFERROR((VALUE(LEFT([Time Out]@row, 2)) + (VALUE(RIGHT([Time Out]@row, 2)) / 60)) - (VALUE(LEFT([Time In]@row, 2)) + (VALUE(RIGHT([Time In]@row, 2)) / 60)), 0)

Let me know if this helped! 🙂

Genevieve

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• Employee

Try adding parentheses around the two separate statements to ensure the math is calculating in the correct order:

=IFERROR((VALUE(LEFT([Time Out]@row, 2)) + (VALUE(RIGHT([Time Out]@row, 2)) / 60)) - (VALUE(LEFT([Time In]@row, 2)) + (VALUE(RIGHT([Time In]@row, 2)) / 60)), 0)

Let me know if this helped! 🙂

Genevieve

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• Overachievers Alumni

Thanks @Genevieve P.

Apologies for the late reply. This worked perfectly. 😁

If my answer helped solve your issue, please mark it as accepted so that other users can find it later. Thanks!

Michelle Basson

Smartsheet Overachiever Alumni | Solution Consultant | Lover of everything Smartsheet