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## Search for categories between two tables

I have two tables. Table A contains the rent of houses. Table 2 shows the limit values for the rental classes.

Now I want to add the rental classes to table 1.

So in my example, house 1 falls in Group 4 and house 2 falls in Group2

In Excel this is easily done with the match-function.

How can I do this in Power BI?

 A House Rent 1 602 2 500 3 975 4 650 5 524

 B Group RentMax Group1 400 Group2 500 Group3 600 Group4 700

Hope you can help me on this!

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Thanks Greg!

With one little adjudgment it works perfectly:

```Rent Group = VAR MaxRent = MINX(FILTER(RentGroups,RentGroups[RentMax]>=(Houses[Rent])),RentGroups[RentMax])
RETURN LOOKUPVALUE(RentGroups[Group],RentGroups[RentMax],MaxRent)```

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```Rent Group = VAR MaxRent = MINX(FILTER(RentGroups,RentGroups[RentMax]>=MAX(Houses[Rent])),RentGroups[RentMax])
RETURN LOOKUPVALUE(RentGroups[Group],RentGroups[RentMax],MaxRent)```

Nice job with posting the data and what you expect as a result.

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Thanks Greg!

With one little adjudgment it works perfectly:

```Rent Group = VAR MaxRent = MINX(FILTER(RentGroups,RentGroups[RentMax]>=(Houses[Rent])),RentGroups[RentMax])
RETURN LOOKUPVALUE(RentGroups[Group],RentGroups[RentMax],MaxRent)```

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