I have two columns that I want to multiply.
One is average of Impact score and the other one is count of responses.
I want to multiply those two columns and I did Column one* column two
But the product is not equal to what it should be. For e.g 0.10*308 is giving me 32.18 as output.
You can see that in the picture below.
Is it because I'm directly counting dates? Is there any other way of counting dates?
I'm counting responses in the following manner- count of surveys received for a particular date/month/year
And that is stored in the response count column and multiplying that with avg.impact score
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Hi @rk390i Use the below instead
Measure = [Response_Count] * ROUND(AVERAGE('Score Query'[Impact]), 2)
Regards,MariuszIf this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.
Hi @rk390i Can you share your Measure?ThanksMariusz
Average means it's rounding, showing you just 2 decimals but using the full figure later on.
Refer to this thread: https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Desktop/Number-values-are-getting-round-off-automatically/m-p/46850... to get a full overview.
EDIT: added a better link
@Mariusz IT WORKED. THANK YOU SO MUCH.
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