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Average of ratios - with IF statement

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How would I modify

=AVERAGE(IF(C4:C8<>0,B4:B8/C4:C8))
if I want to exclude all ratios where EITHER the denominator is 0 OR the numerator is blank?
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Saqib Husain, Syed earned 500 total points
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Try

=AVERAGE(IF((C4:C8<>0)*(B4:B8<>""),B4:B8/C4:C8))
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thx!
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