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TiaCamilian
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Create a Chart with the correct dates

My calculation to the 12 Month Rolling Average is:

12 Month Rolling Average =
DIVIDE
(
QuoteConvertionStartDate[AcceptedRoll],
QuoteConvertionStartDate[TotalRoll]
)
*100
Now I need to put the the "%Accepted" and "12 Month Rolling Average" in a chart,
I am getting empty "%Accepted" values and not empty on the "12 Month Rolling Average" values.
I need to only put the information until "Tuesday, December 1, 2020" but I don't know how to get the correct
"12 Month Rolling Average" information.

Rolling3.png

This is what I am getting:

Roll4.png

What can I do to eliminate the extra values from "12 Month"Rolling Average"?

This is what I need:

 

Roll5.png

I was thinking of using an IF statement with Datebetween but is not working.

 

Can someone please help me.

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