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Google Sheets

The RANK.AVG function in Google Sheets allows you to rank a list of numbers in ascending or descending order. The function will return the rank of the given number within the list. If there are duplicate numbers in the list, the function will return the rank of the first occurrence of the number. The RANK.AVG function can be used to rank a list of numbers, data points, or athletes.

The syntax of the RANK.AVG function in Google Sheets is as follows:

=RANK.AVG(number1, number2,...)

This function returns the rank of a number within a range of numbers, based on the average of the numbers in the range. The function can take up to 255 arguments.

To calculate the rank average of a list of numbers, you can use the RANK.AVG function in Google Sheets. For example, if you have a list of test scores, you can use the rank average to determine the average score of the class. To do this, you would first create a column in your spreadsheet that calculates the rank of each score. You can do this by using the following formula: =RANK(A2,A:A). This will calculate the rank of each score in the list, starting with the number 1. Once you have created this column, you can use the following formula to calculate the rank average: =RANK.AVG(A:A). This will calculate the average rank of the scores in the list.

There are a few occasions when you should not use RANK.AVG in Google Sheets. First, if you have a list of numbers that are not in order, then RANK.AVG will not work correctly. Second, if you have a list of numbers that have been duplicated, then RANK.AVG will not work correctly. Finally, if you have a list of numbers that have been sorted in reverse order, then RANK.AVG will not work correctly.

There are a few similar formulae to RANK.AVG in Google Sheets. One is the RANK function, which gives you the rank of a number within a list of numbers. The function takes two input parameters- the first is the list of numbers, and the second is the number you want to find the rank of. The function will return the rank of the number you specify, or if it's not found in the list, it will return a #N/A error. Another similar function is the SMALL function. This function takes two input parameters as well- the first is the list of numbers, and the second is the number you want to find the rank of. However, the SMALL function will only return the rank of the first number in the list that's less than or equal to the number you specify. Finally, the LARGE function is similar to the SMALL function, but it returns the rank of the largest number in the list that's less than or equal to the number you specify.

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