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Helper II

## Adding Values when dates differ

I have two tables, with measures to count specific values. These two tables are connected to a third table 'Dates' to pull the different date for the relevant actions.

The matrix I have then made shows as:

 Date Measure A Measure B Jan 100 40 Feb 200 45

I am then adding the two measures together (Measure A and Measure B), however when doing this the total value does not add up. For example It should be 140 for Jan and 245 for feb in the example given. Why may this happen?

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If possible, can you provide your pbix file and the desired result ? Which can just help us deal with the problem.

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Community Support Team _ Ailsa Tao

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@andrewb95 wondering why you are using COUNTAXdo you have blank USERID

Measure A = CALCULATE ( COUNT ( 'Table 1'[UserId] ), 'Table 1'[ColumnA]="Yes" )

Measure B = CALCULATE ( COUNT ( 'Table 2'[UserId] ), 'Table 2'[ColumnX]="Yes" )

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@andrewb95 share your measures expression?

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Helper II
Measure A = COUNTAX(FILTER('Table 1','Table 1'[ColumnA]="Yes"),'Table 1'[UserID])
Measure B = COUNTAX(FILTER('Table 2','Table 2'[ColumnX]="Yes"),'Table 2'[UserID])

Totals = Measure A + Measure B
The formula's are as above, I have altered the table names for the purpose of security.

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