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Excel formula: Count cells greater than or less than

To count the cells greater than or less than a particular number, you can use the COUNTIF function to handle it.
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Count cells greater than a particular value

Generic formula:

COUNTIF(range,criteria)

Example:

Count the number of cells that are greater than 35 from the Number List. Using this formula

=COUNTIF(B3:B8,E2)

Or

=COUNTIF(B3:B8,">35")

In above formula, B3:B8 is the range you will count cells from, E2 and “>35” are the criteria you want to count cells based on.

The press Enter key to get the counted result.
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Tip:

If you want to count cells greater than or equal to a particular value, you can use this generic formula:

COUNTIF(range,”>=number”)

Take example: Count cells that greater than or equal to 32, using the formula:

=COUNTIF(B12:B17,">=32")

doc count less than greater than 3

Count cells less than a particular value

Generic formula:

COUNTIF(range,criteria)

Example

Count the number of cells that are less than 50 from the Number List.

=COUNTIF(B3:B8,E2)

or

=COUNTIF(B3:B8,">50")

In above formula, B3:B8 is the range you will count cells from, E2 and “>50” are the criteria you want to count cells based on.

The press Enter key to get the counted result.
doc count less than greater than 4

Tip:

If you want to count cells less than or equal to a particular value, you can use this generic formula:

COUNTIF(range,”>=number”)

Take example: Count cells that less than or equal to 59, using the formula

=COUNTIF(B12:B17,"<=59")

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