How to use AVERAGEIF Formula in Excel
Summary
The Excel AVERAGEIF function in excel calculates the average of cell or range that meet supplied criteria.
Formula
=AVERAGEIF(Range, Criteria, [Average_range])
Syntax
Range – One or more cells, Including numbers or name, array and reference.
Criteria – A numbers, text or reference.
Average_Range – The cells to average when omitted range is used.
Note.
The condition is referred to as criteria, which can check things like:

 If a number is Greater than another number >
 If a number is Smaller than another number <
 If a number or text is equal to something =\
 AVERAGEIF formula has 1 to 255 parameters
How to use AVERAGEIF Formula in Excel
So in this post I will show you how to use AVERAGEIF Formula in Excel, AVERAGEIF formula used for calculating AVERAGE. But with with a criteria so I will Show you two Example In first Example is person and revenue and second Example with no. only I will calculate average for more than fifty which no. is more than 50 so let’s go to first Example
1st Example
In first Example I have two cells person and revenue, I will select the cell E7and I want to calculate average for only person one so I will =AVERAGEIF(A2:A15,D7,B2:B15) and press enter by this way this will calculate presenting for only person one so so 69.9 is the AVERAGE for person one.
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2nd Example
I have written some No. here and i want to only calculate Average for no. which are more than fifty so i will write here and select the whole No. range ,now second parameter is criteria i will write here in criteria we can use logical or greater than or less than or not equal so I will write here greater than 50 bracket close and press enter so this has calculated these for no. which are more than 50. So now this was tutorial for Averageif
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