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DOLLARDE and DOLLARFR: Converting between fractional prices and decimal prices

DOLLARDE and DOLLARFR: Converting between fractional prices and decimal prices: Excel 2016: Financial Functions in Depth
DOLLARDE and DOLLARFR: Converting between fractional prices and decimal prices: Excel 2016: Financial Functions in Depth

When you listen to a financial report, you might hear a price such as 1 and five sixteenths or 1.3125. Those two statements actually represent the same value…the trick is to convert between decimal notation and fractional notation. In Excel, you can do that by using the DOLLARDE and DOLLARFR functions.

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Business Spreadsheets Excel

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