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## Average of the sum of two columns

I need the help with a formula to calculate the average of the clicked rate per year... example:

Date                  Sent         Clicked

10/1/2015         250             10

11/2/2015          152             30

03/5/2016          100            50

06/05/2016         125            12

02/01/2017        200             10

09/05/2018         182             35

Any help will be greatly appricated.

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@nawlins In modelling table change the format of this new measure to % and that will do it. We dont need to change anything in the formula itself.

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@nawlins you can do it in many ways

```Avg Rate =
VAR totalSent = SUM( Table1[Sent])
VAR totalClicked = SUM( Table1[Clicked])
RETURN
DIVIDE( totalSent, totalClicked, 0 )```

Drop a matrix visual

- drop date column and this Avg Rate measure. You will see date have hierarchay with year as first level, above measure will work depending on which level you are in hiearchay.

Hope it is helpful.

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New Member

Thank you, parry2k. This is very helpful. Is there a way to change the solution to the formula to display as a percentage % ?

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@nawlins In modelling table change the format of this new measure to % and that will do it. We dont need to change anything in the formula itself.

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