Averaging time/returning only whole numbers of a fraction number

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Is there a way in a beastmode to make the following example numbers on the left below remove the numbers after the decimal?

14.1925 — 14

15.999 —- 15

0.98 — 0

I am trying to get the average time of day that donors answer their phone when we call.

So here below this donor answered his phone at these 3 times (hh:mm:ss):

13:33:14

13:17:27

15:43:58

So my thought was to convert everything to seconds first

(hour('call time')*60)*60

+

minute('call time)*60)

+

second('call time')

as 'seconds of day' = 153,279 seconds total

153,279/3 = 51,093 seconds average

51093/60 = 851.55 minutes

851.55 minutes/60 = 14.1925 hours (On this part, I would just want to return 14)

So, 14:

14*60 = 840

851.55 - 840 = 11.55 minutes (so here I would just want to return 11)

So, 14:11

11.55-11 = .55

60*.55 = 33 seconds

So the avg is 14:11:33

Am I making this way too complicated?

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  • MichelleH
    MichelleH Coach
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    @Jbrorby If you wrap a FLOOR() function around your entire formula, it will return the closest whole number without going over

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  • MichelleH
    MichelleH Coach
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    @Jbrorby If you wrap a FLOOR() function around your entire formula, it will return the closest whole number without going over