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MAXIFS is a function in Google Sheets that lets you compare two arrays of data and return the maximum value from the first array that is less than or equal to the maximum value from the second array. It is useful for finding the maximum value in a set of data that is sorted in ascending order. To use MAXIFS, you first need to create two arrays of data. The first array should be sorted in ascending order, and the second array should contain the values you are looking for. Then, use the MAXIFS function to compare the two arrays and return the maximum value.

MAXIFS(array, criteria_range, criteria)

The MAXIFS function syntax has the following arguments:

array - The range of cells that you want to analyze.

criteria_range - The range of cells that you want to use as the criteria for the function.

criteria - The condition that you want to be met for the function to return a value.

MAXIFS is a function in Google Sheets that allows you to find the maximum value in a range of cells based on one or more criteria. For example, you could use MAXIFS to find the highest value in a range of cells that is less than or equal to 50. You could also use MAXIFS to find the highest value in a range of cells that is greater than or equal to 50, but less than or equal to 100.

There are a few occasions when you should not use MAXIFS in Google Sheets. First, if you are trying to compare text values, you should use the VLOOKUP function instead. Second, if you have a large data set, using the MAXIFS function may slow down your sheet. Lastly, if your data set has multiple columns of data that you want to compare, you should use the INDEX and MATCH functions instead of MAXIFS.

MAXIFS is a formula that allows you to find the maximum value in a given range of cells. There are a few similar formulae that you can use in Google Sheets in order to find the maximum value in a given range of cells. These formulae include the SUMIFS formula, the AVERAGEIFS formula, and the COUNTIFS formula.

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