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What's (#NUM!) in Bounce rate & Exit Rate?

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Hi Team,

Could you please guide me for the below-mentioned concern. What is the meaning of special character data (#NUM!) signification in Bounce rate & Exit Rate calculation. is it equal to 0.00% or data error?

Thanks & Regards,

Ajay Tiwari

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Hi Ajay,

Is it Excel shows this error when a formula or function contains numeric values that aren't valid. (If your Data block had reference to formula)

Reference error This often happens when you’ve entered a numeric value using a data type or a number format that’s not supported in the argument section of the formula.

Check on below link for solution

https://exceljet.net/formula/how-to-fix-the-num-error

Thanks,

Balaji

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Correct answer by
Level 5

Hi Ajay,

Is it Excel shows this error when a formula or function contains numeric values that aren't valid. (If your Data block had reference to formula)

Reference error This often happens when you’ve entered a numeric value using a data type or a number format that’s not supported in the argument section of the formula.

Check on below link for solution

https://exceljet.net/formula/how-to-fix-the-num-error

Thanks,

Balaji