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Excel

MAXIFS is a function in Excel that allows you to find the maximum value in a given range of cells. The function takes two arguments: the range of cells to search, and the criteria for determining which cells are included in the search. The function will return the maximum value in the range that meets the specified criteria.

The MAXIFS function syntax has the following arguments:

max_range: A range of cells that contain the numbers you want to find the maximum value for.

min_range: A range of cells that contain the numbers you want to find the minimum value for.

criteria_range: A range of cells that contain the criteria you want to use to determine the maximum or minimum value.

This function will return the maximum value from the max_range if the criteria in the criteria_range is met. If the criteria_range is empty, it will return the maximum value from the min_range.

The MAXIFS function in Excel can be used to find the maximum value in a range of cells that meets a specific criteria. The function takes the following arguments:

Range: The range of cells to search for the maximum value.

Criteria: The criteria to use to determine which cells are included in the search.

[Optional] Sort_order: The order in which to return the matching cells. This can be "A-Z" or "Z-A".

An example of how to use the MAXIFS function is to find the maximum value in a range of cells that are less than or equal to 50. The range argument would be the range of cells that contain the numbers to be searched, and the criteria argument would be "<=50". The sort_order argument would be "A-Z" to return the cells in ascending order.

MAXIFS should not be used when you have duplicate values in your data set. For example, if you have a data set with the following values:

1 2 3 3 5 6

MAXIFS will return 6 as the maximum value, when it should actually be 5.

There are a few similar formulae to MAXIFS in Excel. The first is the MAX function, which returns the maximum value from a given set of data. The second is the LARGE function, which returns the nth largest value from a given set of data. The third is the SMALL function, which returns the nth smallest value from a given set of data. Finally, the IF function can be used to compare values and return the maximum value if certain conditions are met.

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