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Excel | Conditional formulae exercise | COUNTIF(S) and SUMIF(S)
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Open the file contained within the folder name shown above.
Click on the COUNT tab to see the examples.
Scroll down to row 15 where there are some example =COUNTIF functions.
In cell E15 create an =COUNTIF function to count how many have sales less than 40:
Check your answer matches the one here
In cell E18 create an =COUNTIFS function to show the number of sales where the name is Juliette and sales are greater than 50:
Check your answer with the one here
Click on the SUM tab to see the =SUMIF examples:
There are =SUMIF examples on the SUM sheet.
In cell E14 create an =SUMIF function to show the total of all sales where the sales are less than 40:
Check that you get the same as the answer here
In cell E17 create an =SUMIFS function to show the total of all Sam's sales that are greater than 70:
Check that your answer is the same
Use Save As... to save the file in your own new Excel work folder.