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Excel

There are a few different ways to use SMALL in Excel. One way is to use the SMALL function, which takes a list of numbers as an input and returns the smallest number in the list. Another way to use SMALL is to use the MIN function, which takes a list of numbers as an input and returns the smallest number in the list.

The syntax of SMALL in Excel is as follows:

SMALL(array, k)

Where:

array is the array of numbers you want to find the kth smallest value from

k is the number of the smallest value you want to find

In Excel, the SMALL function returns the smallest value in a range of cells. For example, if you want to find the smallest value in the range A1:A10, you would use the following formula:

=SMALL(A1:A10)

There are a few occasions when you should not use the SMALL function in Excel. One instance is when you are trying to calculate the rank of a number within a list of numbers. In this case, you should use the RANK function. Another time you should not use the SMALL function is when you are working with a list that has duplicate values. In this case, the SMALL function will return the rank of the first occurrence of the value, rather than the rank of the value within the list.

The SMALL function in Excel returns the smallest value in a given set of values. There are a few similar formulae that you can use in Excel in order to achieve the same results. The MIN function returns the smallest value in a given set of values. The MINA function returns the smallest value in a given set of values, excluding any values that are blank. The MINIMUM function returns the smallest value in a given set of values, including any values that are blank.

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