# 50+ Complete Excel Formulas Functions and Examples

List of excel formulas that can be used to manage numbers or data to complete tasks or jobs more easily and quickly.

50+ Complete Excel Formulas Functions and Examples |

**50 Complete Excel Formulas Functions and Examples**- Microsoft Excel is the best number and data processing application that can be used for various administrative needs that are often used in the world of work.

## 50+ List of Complete Excel Formulas Functions and Examples

As a data management spreadsheet application, Excel is equipped with various functions, features and excel formulas that can be used to manage numbers or data to complete tasks or jobs more easily and quickly.### IF formula

IF(Logic Test,[Condition Meets],[Condition Does Not Meet])

**Case Example:**

We will look for pass not pass in the following data:

=IF(G6>150;"PASS";"FAILED")

__is greater than 150__then the if formula will produce the text

**PASS**. Conversely, if the value of F6

__is not more than 150__then the IF formula will produce a text value

**FAILED**.

### Double IF Formula

The function is almost the same as the IF function but it is taken from two conditions or can be stacked with several commands or what is called nested IF. The IF function can be used together with up to 64 IF functions.IF(Logic Test1;Condition Meets1;IF(Logic Test2;Condition Meets2;[Condition Not Meets2])

**Case Example:**

We will determine the resulting value in the following data:

=IF(G6>=90;"A";IF(G6>=80;"B";"C"))

__is greater than or equal to 90__then the if formula will produce text

**A**. Conversely, if the value of G6

__is greater than or equal to 80__then the IF formula will produce a text value

**B**, otherwise

**C**.

### AND formula

This AND formula has a function whose main function is to produce TRUE if all the arguments tested are TRUE and FALSE if all or one of the arguments are FALSE.AND(Logic1;[Logic2]; ...)

**Case Example:**

We will determine TRUE or FALSE in the following data:

=AND(D6>E6)

__is greater than E6__then the AND formula will return

**TRUE**. Conversely, if the value of D9

__is written greater than E9__then the AND formula will produce a

**FALSE**value , because the value of D9 is not more than E9.

**Examples of AND and IF Cases:**

We will combine the AND function in the IF formula to determine TRUE or FALSE values:

=IF(AND(D6>60;E6>60);"PASS";"NOT PASS")

__is more than 60__and E6

__is more than 60__it will produce a

**PASS**value . Conversely, if it turns out that the value of D6

__is less than 60__even though E6

__is more than 60,__it will still produce a value

**NOT PASS**.

### OR formula

The function returns TRUE if some of the arguments are TRUE and FALSE if all of the arguments are FALSE. So in terms of returning a logical value True or False, the OR function is the opposite of the AND function.OR(Logic1; [Logic2]; ...)

### NOT formula

The function of the NOT formula is the opposite of the AND and OR formulas. its function is to reverse the TRUE value to FALSE and reverse the FALSE value to TRUE.NOT(Logic)

**Case Example:**

We will determine TRUE or FALSE in the following data:

=NOT(D6>E6)

__is more than E6__then it will produce

**TRUE**value . Otherwise it will return

**FALSE**.

### SUM formula

The SUM function is used to add up the data in the cell. Both data per cell, data in one range, or data in several ranges at once.=SUM(number1,[number2],...)

**Case Example:**

We will determine the TOTAL VALUE in the following data:

=SUM(D6:E6)

__D6:E6__, so the result is

**176**.

### AVERAGE formula

The AVERAGE formula functions to calculate the average number of a variable in a certain range of cells.=AVERAGE(value1; [value2]; ...)

**Case Example:**

We will determine the AVERAGE VALUE in the following data:

=AVERAGE(D6:F6)

__D6:F6__. Where the average value produced is

**78.8**.

### COUNT formula

The COUNT formula is used to count the number of cells that contain numbers. So even if the cell contains any data or the cell data is empty, it will be ignored or not counted.=COUNT(value1; [value2]; ...)

**Case Example:**

We will count the number of cells filled with numeric data in the following data:

=COUNT(B6:H6)

__B6:H6__. Where the cell values that contain numbers are in B6, D6, E6, F6, G6, the resulting number is

**5**.

**Example Case 2:**

We will count the number of data

__blank cells__in the following data:

=COUNTBLANK(B6:H6)

__B6:H6__. Where the number of empty cells is 2 because cells E6 and D6 are empty.

### COUNTA formula

The COUNTA formula in excel has almost the same function as COUNT, it's just that**COUNTA functions to count the entire number of non-empty cells,**both those containing numbers, text, information, etc. So a cell containing any data can be calculated using this formula.

=COUNTA(value1; [value2]; ...)

**Case Example:**

We will count the number of cells filled with data in the following data:

=COUNTA(B6:H6)

__B6:H6__. Where the number of cells containing data is 5 because cells E6 and D6 are empty.

### COUNTIF formula

The function of the COUNTIF formula is to count the number of cells in a range with certain criteria or simply to count the same amount of data. This formula makes it very easy for you to sort data.=COUNTIF(Range; Criteria)

**Case Example:**

We will calculate the number of survey respondent data with

__student status__in the following data:

=COUNTIF(D6:D10;"Student")

__D6:D10__.

**Example Case 2:**

We will calculate the number of student data with a certain value in the following data:

=COUNTIF(D6:D10;"80")

__D6:D10__. Then the result is 4.

**Example Case 3:**

We will calculate the number of student data that has a value of more than 70 in the following data:

=COUNTIF(D6:D10;">70")

__D6:D10__. Then the result is 1.

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