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Find MIN, MAX and AVERAGE values in an array based on criteria and excluding zeros

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In the screeshot below, I want to find the minimum value for 'apples' but ignore zeros.  In this case, the result should be 4.

Also need the max and average values for the same criteria.

Attempted to use this array formula but it returns zero.

=MIN(IF(C1:C14<>0,A1:A14))*(A1:A14="apples")

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by:Saqib Husain, Syed
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Try

=MIN(IF((C1:C14<>0)*(A1:A14="apples"),A1:A14))
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by:mcnuttlaw
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Still returns a zero (using the attached sample worksheet).
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Sorry change it to

=MIN(IF((C1:C14<>0)*(A1:A14="apples"),C1:C14))
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