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Excel

The SUMXMY2 function in Excel calculates the sum of the products of corresponding cells in two ranges, using the supplied criteria in the third range. The function is useful for calculating totals or averages that correspond to specific criteria. In the example below, the SUMXMY2 function is used to calculate the average commission paid to sales representatives based on their sales volume. The function uses the criteria "Sales Rep" in column C and "Sales Volume" in column D, and calculates the average commission paid for sales representatives in the range C2:C7 who have sales volumes greater than or equal to 1000.

The syntax of SUMXMY2 in Excel is as follows: =SUMX(range, criteria) where "range" is the array of cells to be summed and "criteria" is the condition to be met.

In Excel, the SUMXMY2 function is used to calculate the sum of the products of two arrays, where each element in the arrays is multiplied by a corresponding element in the other array. The function can be used to calculate the sum of a range of numbers, or to calculate the sum of the squares of a range of numbers. An example of how to use the SUMXMY2 function in Excel is to calculate the sum of the squares of a range of numbers. To do this, first enter the numbers that you want to square into a range of cells in Excel. Then, select the range of cells that contains the numbers that you want to square, and use the SUMXMY2 function to calculate the sum of the squares of the numbers in the selected range.

There are a few occasions when you should not use the SUMXMY2 function in Excel. One example is when you have text values in your data set instead of numbers. The SUMXMY2 function will return an error in this case. Additionally, if you have two columns of data that are not of the same data type (for example, one column is text and one column is numbers), the SUMXMY2 function will also return an error.

There are a few similar formulae to SUMXMY2 in Excel. One is SUMPRODUCT, which is the sum of the products of the corresponding cells in two ranges. Another is SUMIF, which is the sum of the cells in a range that meet a certain criteria. Finally, there is AVERAGEIF, which is the average of the cells in a range that meet a certain criteria.

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