Count cells between values

In this article, we will learn about how to Count cells between numbers in Excel.

In simple words, count the number of values in a set of data having multiple conditions.

COUNTIFS function in excel returns the cell count having multiple criteria.

=COUNTIFS(range1, criteria1, range2, criteria2,…)

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Range1 : array on which criteria1 will apply
Criteria1 : condition on array1
Range2 : array on which criteria2 will apply
Criteria2 : condition on array2

Let’s understand this function using it in an example.

Here we have a set of numbers and we need to count the cells which matches conditions.
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Use the below function formula

=COUNTIFS(A2:A19,”>=” & 40,A2:A19,”<="&100)

A2:A19 : Range1, array on which criteria1 will apply
“>=” & 40 : Criteria1 : condition on array1
A2:A19 : Range2 : array on which criteria2 will apply
“<="&100 : condition on array2
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As you can see there are 8 cells having values within ranges.

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