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## Take the max value based on a condition from another column

Days Since Install Score = DIVIDE('Failure Table'[Days Since Installation], MAX('Failure Table'[Days Since Installation]))

I want to use the equation shown above as a column in my table 'Failure Table', but modify it to only take the max of the [Days Since Installation] where 'Failure Table'[Install Day].[Year]<>1950. I tried doing:
Days Since Install Score = DIVIDE('Failure Table'[Days Since Installation], Calculate(MAX('Failure Table'[Days Since Installation]),'Failure Table'[Install Day].[Year]<>1950))
However, this resulted in all cells = 1, just dividing the cell by itself rather than the max value of the column where year doesn't equal 1950.
How can I solve this problem? Thanks in advance.
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``````Days Since Install Score =
DIVIDE (
'Failure Table'[Days Since Installation],
CALCULATE (
MAX ( 'Failure Table'[Days Since Installation] ),
REMOVEFILTERS ( 'Failure Table' ),
'Failure Table'[Install Day].[Year] <> 1950
)
)``````
Super User
``````Days Since Install Score =
DIVIDE (
'Failure Table'[Days Since Installation],
CALCULATE (
MAX ( 'Failure Table'[Days Since Installation] ),
REMOVEFILTERS ( 'Failure Table' ),
'Failure Table'[Install Day].[Year] <> 1950
)
)``````

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