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gazzo1967
Helper III
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It me??? Why different outcomes? Calculations with Measures, Columns and HArdcoded

Hi All
Why when i hard code a number in to a measure

for example BN PASSED% = SA_Full[BN count passed]/159*100
the outcome is as expected
but when i use a measure in place of the 159 where the measuee is the same number it changes the outcome?

regards Gary

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Idrissshatila
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HEllo @gazzo1967 ,

 

try this:

 

BN PASSED% =
Var passed = Divide(SA_Full[BN count passed],secondmeasure,0)
return
passed * 100

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Idrissshatila
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HEllo @gazzo1967 ,

 

try this:

 

BN PASSED% =
Var passed = Divide(SA_Full[BN count passed],secondmeasure,0)
return
passed * 100

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