(Excel examples for Beginners)
In this end-to-end excel example, you will learn – Excel formula for Beginners – How to Average numbers ignore zero in Excel.
To get the average of a set of numbers, excluding or ignoring zero values, use the AVERAGEIF function. In the example shown, the formula in E6 is:
How this formula works
In the example shown, the formula in E5 is based on the AVERAGE function:
=AVERAGE(B5:D5) // returns 60
The result is 60, since (90+90+0)/ 3 = 60.
To filter out the zero from the calculated average, the formula in E6 uses the AVERAGEIF function like this:
=AVERAGEIF(B6:D6,"<>0") // returns 90
The criteria supplied is “<>0”, which means “not equal to zero”.
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