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Google Sheets

The AVERAGEIF function in Google Sheets allows you to average a set of numbers based on a certain condition. For example, if you want to average the numbers in the range A1:A5 only if the number in A1 is greater than 10, you can use the following formula:

=AVERAGEIF(A1:A5,">10")

The function takes the following arguments:

The first argument is the range of cells you want to average.

The second argument is the condition you want to test each cell in the range against.

The third argument is the value you want to use as the cutoff point.

AVERAGEIF is a function in Google Sheets that calculates the average of a set of numbers, based on a given condition. The syntax for AVERAGEIF is as follows: AVERAGEIF(range, condition, average_range) The range is the set of numbers that you want to average. The condition is the condition that you want to apply to the numbers in the range. The average_range is the range of numbers that you want to use to calculate the average, if the condition is met.

The AVERAGEIF function in Google Sheets can be used to calculate the average of a range of cells that meet a certain criteria. In the example below, the average of the cells in the range B2:B6 is calculated, but only if the value in the corresponding cell in the range A2:A6 is less than 10.

There are a few occasions when you should not use AVERAGEIF in Google Sheets. One such scenario is when you want to calculate the average of a range of cells that includes empty cells. In this case, you would need to use the AVERAGE function instead of AVERAGEIF. Another time you should not use AVERAGEIF is when you want to calculate the average of a range of cells that includes text values. In this case, the AVERAGE function would be more appropriate, as it will ignore text values when calculating the average.

There are several similar formulae to AVERAGEIF in Google Sheets. One is AVERAGEIFS, which allows you to specify multiple criteria. The formula will average the values in the specified range that meet all of the criteria. Another similar formula is SUMIFS, which allows you to specify multiple criteria. The formula will sum the values in the specified range that meet all of the criteria. Another similar formula is COUNTIFS, which allows you to specify multiple criteria. The formula will count the number of cells in the specified range that meet all of the criteria.

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