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To add a number of workdays to a date (excluding weekends), use WORKDAY(start_date, num_days, [holidays])


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SOLVED: =ArrayFormula(AVERAGE(FILTER(B2:B-A2:A,C2:C="A",B2:B>=DATEVALUE("2020-1-1"),B2:B<DATEVALUE("2020-4-1"))))


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You can use the following formulas: For 2020 use in cell D2 =IFERROR(AVERAGE(ArrayFormula(IF(YEAR($B$2:$B$37)=2020,($B$2:$B$37-$A$2:$A$37)))),0) You will get a number like 4.475757576. Format the cell as Duration to get the hours (if not interested leave it as is). Following that, you can use the following formula in cell D3 =INT(D2)&"D "& ...


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This is an old question, but I want to share my way of solving it (In case someone end here without answer). Format> Number> More Formats> Custom number format In there you write the following: hh":"mm":"ss","000 Remember to write exactly this format, even if the hours, minutes or seconds are double ceros (00) so an ...


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You can use the TEXT function in your formula: =TEXT(COUNT(J8:J11)*2/24,"H:mm")&" / "&TEXT(SUM(K8:K11), "H:mm")


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EDIT: (following OP's comment) ...to include a custom start and end date which I know I didn't ask for based on your reply =SEQUENCE(1,B2-A2,A2,1) Please use the following formula: =SEQUENCE(1,18,"2018-4-13",1) More about SEQUENCE


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Maybe: The From date could be hiding a time element that is used in the calculation, but is not included in the display. For example, if you change your from date to be 2020-3-5 02:18 then it will change the calculated bill to €47.23


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