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I am trying to count the number of value in a range between 2 values.  The worksheet formula below returns 0.  That is wrong it should return 1.  There is one number between 80 and 90 in the range.

=COUNT(IF(AND(E36:P36>=80,E36:P36<=90),"True","False"))

Can anyone help?

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Question by:rckrch
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by:Steve
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Try COUNTIFS:

=COUNTIFS(E36:P36,">=80",E36:P36,"<=90")

There are many other ways too such as:
=SUMPRODUCT(N(E36:P36>=80),N(E36:P36<=90))
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Thanks!!! That worked.  I tried this function before, but it did not work.  Where did the 'N' come from?
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N turns a boolean True or False to a 1 or 0
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