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Google Sheets

The SUMPRODUCT function in Google Sheets is used to calculate the sum of products of two or more arrays, or ranges of cells. The function is entered into a cell, and the arrays or ranges of cells to be multiplied are entered into parentheses after the function. The function can be used to calculate totals, averages, and other statistics.

The syntax of SUMPRODUCT in Google Sheets is quite simple. You simply need to input the following formula into a cell: =SUMPRODUCT(array1,array2,array3,...)

where "array1,array2,array3,..." are the arrays of numbers that you want to calculate the sum of.

To use the SUMPRODUCT function in Google Sheets, you first need to enter the function into the appropriate cell. Then, you need to input the numbers or ranges of cells that you want to calculate the sum of. Finally, you need to press the enter key on your keyboard to complete the function. An example of how to use the SUMPRODUCT function in Google Sheets is below. In this example, the SUMPRODUCT function is being used to calculate the sum of two cells, A1 and B1.

=SUMPRODUCT(A1:B1)

There are a few occasions when SUMPRODUCT should not be used in Google Sheets. One instance is when you are working with a range of data that includes text and numerical values. In this case, the SUMPRODUCT function will result in an error. Another time you should not use SUMPRODUCT is when you are trying to calculate the sum of products of two arrays that are not of the same size.

The SUMPRODUCT function in Google Sheets is similar to the SUM function, but it also multiplies the corresponding values in the arrays that are supplied as arguments. The PRODUCT function in Google Sheets is similar to the PRODUCT function in Excel, but it also performs the multiplication of corresponding values in the arrays that are supplied as arguments. The VLOOKUP function in Google Sheets is similar to the VLOOKUP function in Excel, but it also performs the lookup of a value in one array and returns the corresponding value from another array. The HLOOKUP function in Google Sheets is similar to the HLOOKUP function in Excel, but it also performs the lookup of a value in one array and returns the corresponding value from another array.

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