Excel - Bowling: Handicap between Teams

Asked By Ya on 09-Jun-07 07:18 PM
hi!

What i am trying to do is to make a formulas on the master sheet that will
change weekly the Handicap of the teams...

Ex: T1 avergae is 900 and T2 is 750 = 150pts different now i need to take
that different at a 80% value and giev it to team 2 score....

But, the problem i have is that, their is 10 Teams in the league, therefore
the formuilas need to check the Teams average on the teams page and then
assign the correct Handicap to each team in the master sheets...

Ex: T1 = 900 ave.
t2 = 750
T3=600
T4= 850

Ok, now team 1 and Team 2 are 150pins different at 80%, so Team 2 gets
120pins Handicap

Team 1 and Team 3 ahve 300 pins different at 80%, so team 3 shoiuld have
240pins handicap and so on...

Basically, the Highest average Team, gives Handicap to other teams....This
can change weekly, Team or Handicap..

Thx you!




BarbReinhard replied on 09-Jun-07 07:56 PM
Let's say the different teams averages are stored on worksheet Sheet2 in
cells A1:A10.

Calculate the Team handicap (and store B1:B10) as the following:

=max(A$1:A$10)-A1

Copy down to B10.

HTH,
Barb Reinhardt
BarbReinhard replied on 09-Jun-07 07:58 PM
Correction

=(MAX(A$1:A$10)-A1)*0.8
Ya replied on 09-Jun-07 08:50 PM
That does not work, cause you are saying to find the mx number in a colums
and susbstarct that same number....

I tried it!
T. Valko replied on 09-Jun-07 09:44 PM
Barb's formula produces these results which is what you asked for:


..........A..........B
1.......900.........0
2.......750.....120
3.......600.....240
4.......850.......40

Biff
Ya replied on 09-Jun-07 09:54 PM
OK! but my question is

That if in A1 the value is 500,
Therefore with the formulas, i am asking find the Maximum number  in rows
A1:A10 witch equal to 500 and substract the same value, multuiply by 80%...

so basically, is 500-500*80%=0
Ya replied on 09-Jun-07 09:56 PM
Maybe, i am not understanding exactly, but i have try that formulas and comes
with 0 value!

I need to find the max in colums and subsract the actual Highest - Minest *
80%

So, like Team 1 equal 900, minus  Team 2 = 750 *80% and so on!
Ya replied on 09-Jun-07 10:09 PM
Sorry! My mistake, it is working...Thx a Lot....!

Biff and Barb
T. Valko replied on 09-Jun-07 10:09 PM
Well, now I'm not following you.

If you change A1 to 500, A1 is no longer the max value in the range and the
results would be:

..........A..........B
1.......500......280
2.......750...   ..80
3.......600.... .200
4.......850..........0

It would help if you could should show us an example with the desired
results.

Biff
Ya replied on 09-Jun-07 11:11 PM
Sorry it is working my mistake.....BIll!
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