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The most expensive item in the "other" category is not Hair Salon?
Am I missing something?
Jennifer NordellTreehouse Teacher
Hi there! The "Hair salon" (which I can only assume means a trip to the hair salon) is the second most expensive. Try this. Create a data filter on the category column and turn off everything except "other". Then under the price column sort from Z -> A. You should see one above that
Hope this helps!
Steven Parker221,070 Points
Yes, that's not the most expensive item of that category. What formula (or technique) are you using to find it?
If you're using a "max" formula, check to be sure the range covers all the rows.