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GTE: Google Sheets Formulae Explained

How do you use GTE in Google Sheets?

GTE is a Google Sheets add-on that allows you to easily merge two or more sheets into one. Once you have installed GTE, you can open it by clicking on the "Add-ons" menu and selecting "GTEE - Merge Sheets." Then, simply select the sheets you want to merge and click "Merge." GTE will automatically merge the data in the sheets and create a new sheet with the merged data.

What is the syntax of GTE in Google Sheets?

The syntax of GTE in Google Sheets is as follows:

=GTE(A1,A2)

This function will return the value of A1 if it is greater than or equal to the value in A2. If A1 is less than A2, the function will return the value in A2.

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

An example of how to use GTE in Google Sheets is to enter the following formula in a cell: =GTE(A1,A2). This will return the value of A1 if it is greater than or equal to the value in A2.

When should you not use GTE in Google Sheets?

There are a few occasions when you might not want to use GTE in Google Sheets. One example is when you're working with large data sets. GTE can be slow to calculate and can cause your sheet to lag. Another time you might not want to use GTE is when you have complex formulas with multiple nested parentheses. In these cases, GTE can sometimes produce inaccurate results.

What are some similar formulae to GTE in Google Sheets?

In Google Sheets, the GTE (Greater Than or Equal to) formula is:

=GT(A1,B1)

This formula compares two values and returns TRUE if the value in A1 is greater than or equal to the value in B1.

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