## What is the 25th Percentile?

The 25th percentile, also known as the first quartile, is a statistical measure that represents the value below which 25% of the values in a given data set fall. It is calculated by ordering the data from smallest to largest and then finding the value in the data set that is one-quarter of the way through the list.

## Formula for Calculating 25th Percentile

The formula for calculating the 25th percentile is =PERCENTILE(A2:A101,0.25) where A2:A101 is the range of data that the percentile is being calculated from.

## Example Calculation

In the example given, the 25th percentile is calculated by ordering the data from smallest to largest and then finding the value in the data set that is one-quarter of the way through the list. In this case, the 25th percentile is 20.

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