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 CRICKETERRY Posts: n/a
Can you use two inequalities with the IF function ie IF 10

In EXCEL I know you can use the IF function with one inequality eg IF E98
THEN....But can you make it do two inequalities at once eg if E9 is between
100 and 200 THEN... Any help much appreciated
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Answer: Can you use two inequalities with the IF function ie IF 10

Yes, you can use two inequalities with the IF function in Excel.

To check if a value in cell E5 is between 10 and 20, you can use the following formula:
1. =IF(AND(E510,E5<20),"Value is between 10 and 20","Value is not between 10 and 20")

Here, we have used the AND function to check if both inequalities are true. If both are true, then the IF function returns "Value is between 10 and 20", otherwise it returns "Value is not between 10 and 20".

Similarly, to check if a value in cell E9 is between 100 and 200, you can use the following formula:
1. =IF(AND(E9100,E9<200),"Value is between 100 and 200","Value is not between 100 and 200")

Again, we have used the AND function to check if both inequalities are true. If both are true, then the IF function returns "Value is between 100 and 200", otherwise it returns "Value is not between 100 and 200".
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Hi,

One way

=IF((E9100)*(E9<200),TRUE,FALSE)

You can use And, OR statement within IF.

Thanks a lot,
Hari
India

"CRICKETERRY" wrote in message
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In EXCEL I know you can use the IF function with one inequality eg IF E98
THEN....But can you make it do two inequalities at once eg if E9 is
between
100 and 200 THEN... Any help much appreciated

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=IF(AND(E9=100,E9<=200), True,False)

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HTH

RP
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"CRICKETERRY" wrote in message
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In EXCEL I know you can use the IF function with one inequality eg IF E98
THEN....But can you make it do two inequalities at once eg if E9 is

between
100 and 200 THEN... Any help much appreciated

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Many thanks for taking the time to reply- I'm still learning! Terry Sealey

Hi,

One way

=IF((E9100)*(E9<200),TRUE,FALSE)

You can use And, OR statement within IF.

Thanks a lot,
Hari
India

"CRICKETERRY" wrote in message
...
In EXCEL I know you can use the IF function with one inequality eg IF E98
THEN....But can you make it do two inequalities at once eg if E9 is
between
100 and 200 THEN... Any help much appreciated

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"Bob Phillips" wrote:

=IF(AND(E9=100,E9<=200), True,False)

--

HTH

RP
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In EXCEL I know you can use the IF function with one inequality eg IF E98
THEN....But can you make it do two inequalities at once eg if E9 is

between
100 and 200 THEN... Any help much appreciated

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