# Manuals/calci/RANKS

RANKS(r,n,o)

• is the set of numbers.
• is the number to get ranked.
• is the number to start.

## Description

• This function gives the ranks of a each number in given set of numbers.
• It is based on the value of a number, relative to the other numbers in the list.
• In RANK(r,n,o), is the range of the cells to find the ranking the number and o indicates the number is ranked in ascending or descending order.
• is the number to be get ranked.
• If o is zero, then the list of the numbers getting in descending order.
• If o is 1, then the list of the numbers getting in ascending order.
• When we are not mentioning the o value, then it will give the set of numbers in descending order.
• RANKS gives the spare numbers that having the same rank.
• The occurrence of the spare number affects the ranks of the next numbers.
• This function will return the result as error when any one of the argument is non-numeric.

## Examples

1.RANKS([32,67,12,10,23],3,0)

 10 1 0 12 1 1 23 1 2 32 1 3 67 1 4

2.RANKS([100,32.2,54.01,210.3,32,45,54.01,76,10.002],4,5)

 10.002 1 5 32 1 6 32.2 1 7 45 1 8 54.01 2 9.5 76 1 11 100 1 12 210.3 1 13

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