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## Problems with SAMEPERIODLASTYEAR

Hello,

I'm using this formula.

```ROE = CALCULATE(SUM([Monto]),'Terminos Financieros'[TF_id]=17,DATESINPERIOD(Tiempo[Fecha],LASTDATE(Tiempo[Fecha_fin]),-12,MONTH))
/ IF(HASONEVALUE(Tiempo[Year]),((CALCULATE([SumMontos],'Terminos Financieros'[TF_id]=7)+CALCULATE([SumMontos],'Terminos Financieros'[TF_id]=7,SAMEPERIODLASTYEAR(Tiempo[Fecha])))/2),BLANK())```

And I have a date slicer.

I'm using a "Card" Visual to display the value. When I select only one date the value shows without problem. When I select more than one date the value goes to "Infinity". I know this probably is intended but is there a way to avoid getting that value.?

BTW this formula works normally using a different visual, I'm only having problemas with the "Card" visual.

Example:

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@pvaldiviag Infinity show up when you divide by blank

instead of / => Try using the DIVIDE funcion like this => DIVIDE ( [numerator], [denominator], 0)

This should take care of it - if otherwise the formula works fine!

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Hey,

The solution you provided works partially. It now shows a BLANK value.

I'm trying to show the same value as the image I provided.

I hope there's a solution for this 😞

Greetings,

Community Champion

@pvaldiviag to get rid of a Blank in the Card - you have to surround it with IF ( ISBLANK (...

=> IF ( ISBLANK(expression), 0, expression)

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