### Excel Formula Challenge #4

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The array formula can be avoided by wrapping the lookup array argument of the second MATCH function with the INDEX function, as follows:

=INDEX($B$5:$Q$12,

MATCH(E14,$B$5:$B$12,0),

MATCH(E15,

INDEX(VLOOKUP(E14,$B$5:$Q$12, {2,5,8,11,14},0),1,0),

1)*3+1)

Row 4 was excluded from the range.

Great

=INDEX($B$4:$Q$12,MATCH(E14,$B$4:$B$12,0),MATCH(E15, VLOOKUP(E14,$B$4:$Q$12, {2,5,8,11,14},0),1)*3+1)

Can you please explain the last Match used in the formula?

Array Formula {}

ctrl+shift+Enter

My non-array formula with only 3 functions is this:

=LOOKUP(E15,

VLOOKUP(E14,B5:Q12,{2,5,8,11,14}),

VLOOKUP(E14,B5:Q12,{4,7,10,13,16}))

Awesome job!

=INDEX($B$4:$Q$12,MATCH(E14,$B$4:$B$12,0),MATCH(E15, VLOOKUP(E14,$B$4:$Q$12, {2,5,8,11,14},0),1)*3+1)

You nailed it man. Awesome work

Wrong, I cant find the answer.

Did you enter as array formula?

It works with Array Formula. {} Brackets

Ctrl+Shift+Enter

Great.

=INDEX(rngData,MATCH($E$14,rngCol,0),MATCH($E$15,OFFSET(INDEX(rngData,MATCH($E$14,rngCol,0),1),,,,COUNTA(rngRow)),1)+MATCH($C$16,OFFSET(INDIRECT(ADDRESS(ROW($B$4),MATCH($E$15,OFFSET(INDEX(rngData,MATCH($E$14,rngCol,0),1),,,,COUNTA(rngRow)),0)+COLUMN(B4))),,,,COUNTA(rngRow)),0))

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