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Math Module

This module contains a set of basic mathematical functions where those functions don't already exist as base Excel functions.


=INTERPOLATE_NUMBER(startingNumber, endingNumber, interpolationPercentage)

This function takes three numbers, a starting number, an ending number, and an interpolation percent, and linearly interpolates the number at the given percentage between the starting and ending number.

Arguments

Double: startingNumber   --->   is the beginning number of the interpolation

Double: endingNumber   --->   is the ending number of the interpolation

Double: interpolationPercentage   --->   is the percentage that will be interpolated linearly between the startingNumber and the endingNumber


Returns

Double: Returns the linearly interpolated number between the two points


Examples

  • =INTERPOLATE_NUMBER(10, 20, 0.5) -> 15; Where 0.5 would be 50% between 10 and 20
  • =INTERPOLATE_NUMBER(16, 124, 0.64) -> 85.12; Where 0.64 would be 64% between 16 and 124

=INTERPOLATE_PERCENT(startingNumber, endingNumber, interpolationNumber)

This function takes three numbers, a starting number, an ending number, and an interpolation number, and linearly interpolates the percentage location of the interpolated number between the starting and ending number.

Arguments

Double: startingNumber   --->   is the beginning number of the interpolation

Double: endingNumber   --->   is the ending number of the interpolation

Double: interpolationNumber   --->   is the number that will be interpolated linearly between the startingNumber and the endingNumber to calculate a percentage


Returns

Double: Returns the linearly interpolated percent between the two points given the interpolation number


Examples

  • =INTERPOLATE_PERCENT(10, 18, 12) -> 0.25; As 12 is 25% of the way from 10 to 18
  • =INTERPOLATE_PERCENT(10, 20, 15) -> 0.5; As 15 is 50% of the way from 10 to 20