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‘N/A’ to a quantitative MIC?

I have to create 2 quantitative MICs for pH. The k-value obtained determines which pH range to use and the pH ranges overlap eachother. Is it possible to add a N/A to each quantitative MIC?

So example:

If k value is <= 30 pH is 3.0-5.0

If k value > 30 pH is 4.0-7.0

I need both ranges in the PSIP but would need an N/A for the range that doesn’t apply. Keep in mind that the value needs to be entered therefore cannot make qualitative MICs

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