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Default Is there a reverse to RANK?

RANK gives you the position of a particular number in a list.

I need a function that is RANK's reverse. I want to give the position, and have the function return the number in that position.

Couldn't find it on first glance. Is there such a thing?

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Default Is there a reverse to RANK?

RANK gives you the position of a particular number in a list.

I need a function that is RANK's reverse. I want to give the position, and
have the function return the number in that position.

Couldn't find it on first glance. Is there such a thing?


Have a look at the INDEX() and MATCH()functions

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