To find the minimum numerical value in range while ignoring the 0 value, we can use the Small function along with Countif function in Microsoft Excel.
COUNTIF: This function is used to count the number of cells within a range which meet a specified condition.
For Example:- We have data in range A2:A11 in which we need to count how many times the states are repeating in Column A.
In this article,lets use the Small function to find out the smallest value in the range and the CountIf function will help us toignore the 0 value while choosing the smallest number from the range.
Let’s take an example to understand how we can find the minimum numerical value in a range while ignoring the 0 value.
We have data for items in range A1:C11. Column A contains Zone, column B contains Agent name and column C contains sold unit.
If you want to find the minimum number of sold quantity to ignore the 0, follow the below given steps:-
This is the way we can find out the minimum number in a range while ignoring 0 value by using the Small function along with the COUNTIF function in Microsoft Excel.
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