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AVERAGEA: Google Sheets Formulae Explained

How do you use AVERAGEA in Google Sheets?

AVERAGEA is a function that calculates the average of the values in a given range. To use it, you simply enter the range of cells you want to average into the function's parentheses, followed by the "=" symbol. For example, if you wanted to average the values in the cells A1 through A10, you would enter the following into the function bar: =AVERAGEA(A1:A10).

What is the syntax of AVERAGEA in Google Sheets?

The AVERAGEA function in Google Sheets takes a list of numbers as an argument and calculates the average of those numbers. The function takes the form AVERAGEA(number1,number2,...) where number1,number2,etc. are the numbers you want to average.

What is an example of how to use AVERAGEA in Google Sheets?

The AVERAGEA function in Google Sheets calculates the average of the values in a range of cells. The function takes into account any text values and number values in the range. To use the AVERAGEA function, enter the following into a cell:

=AVERAGEA(range of cells)

When should you not use AVERAGEA in Google Sheets?

There are a few occasions when you should not use AVERAGEA in Google Sheets. One is when you have a list of numbers with at least one blank cell. In this case, AVERAGEA will return the average of the numbers in the list, including the blank cell. If you want to exclude the blank cell from the calculation, you can use AVERAGE instead.

Another time you should not use AVERAGEA is when you have a list of numbers with text values. In this case, AVERAGEA will return the average of the numbers in the list, including the text values. If you want to exclude the text values from the calculation, you can use AVERAGEX instead.

What are some similar formulae to AVERAGEA in Google Sheets?

There are a few similar formulae to AVERAGEA in Google Sheets. One is AVERAGE, which calculates the average of a series of numbers. Another is MEDIAN, which calculates the median of a series of numbers. Finally, there is MODE, which calculates the mode of a series of numbers.

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