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Tracking Attendance Percentages

I have created an excel spreadsheet to track attendance of an exercise class I am teaching. I would like to know each person's current percent attendance. (so if we have had 5 classes and they have attended 4 of those classes then it should show 80%). I would like it to keep a running tab, so as I add in the person's attendace it will continue that count, up to the 26 classes that are being offered. I thought if I did a sumif/countif I could get it to work, but it doesn't. Here is what I tried: =sumif($e$4:$ad:4,">0")/countif($e$4:$ad$4,">1"). Do you have a suggestion that would work? Thanks!


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