# Excel: How to Use RANDBETWEEN Function with Decimals

You can use the RANDBETWEEN function in Excel to generate a random integer between two specific numbers.

However, if you’d like to generate a random value with decimals between two specific numbers, then you can use the following syntax:

```=RANDBETWEEN(20*1000,50*1000)/1000
```

This particular formula will generate a random number with three decimal places between 20 and 50.

The following example shows how to use this formula in practice.

## Example: Use RANDBETWEEN Function with Decimals in Excel

Suppose we would like to generate a random integer between 20 and 50.

We can type the following formula into cell A1 to do so:

`=RANDBETWEEN(20, 50)`

The following screenshot shows how to use this formula in practice: The formula returns a value of 27.

Notice that this number is an integer and does not include any decimal places.

Suppose instead we’d like to generate a random number with three decimals between 20 and 50.

We can type the following formula into cell A1 to do so:

`=RANDBETWEEN(20*1000,50*1000)/1000`

The following screenshot shows how to use this formula in practice: The formula returns a value of 27.991.

Notice that this value includes three decimal places since we multiplied both the lower and upper value in the RANDBETWEEN function by 1,000 and then divided the final result by 1,000.

If we would instead like to include only two decimal places, we could use 100 instead of 1,000 in the formula.

For example, we could instead type the following formula into cell A1:

`=RANDBETWEEN(20*100,50*100)/100`

The following screenshot shows how to use this formula in practice: The formula returns a value of 27.83.

Notice that this value includes two decimal places since we multiplied both the lower and upper value in the RANDBETWEEN function by 100 and then divided the final result by 100.