Estimating the average of a dataset is a common task in our regular professional life. But, sometimes, we need to find the average in a range. In this article, we will demonstrate **3** easy methods to find the average value if values lie between **two** numbers in Excel. If you are also curious about it, download our practice workbook and follow us.

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## 3 Easy Methods to Calculate Average If Values Lie Between Two Numbers in Excel

To demonstrate the approaches, we consider a dataset of examination marks of **10** students. The name of the students are in column **B**, and their marks are in column **C**. So, we can claim our dataset is in the range of cells **B5:C14**.

**📚 Note:**

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### 1. Using AVERAGEIFS Function

In the first method, we will use **the AVERAGEIFS function** to get the average value if values lie between **two** numbers in Excel. We can apply the formula in **two** different ways. We are going to calculate the average of those values that lie between **85** to **95**.

#### 1.1 Directly Insert AVERAGEIFS Function

We can directly input the formula into our Excel worksheet to calculate the average of those values that lie between **85** to **95**. The steps of this approach are given below:

**📌 Steps:**

- First of all, select any cell. To demonstrate the process, we select cell
**E5**. - Now, write down the following formula into the cell.

`=AVERAGEIFS(C5:C14,C5:C14,">=85",C5:C14,"<=95")`

- Then, press
**Enter**.

- You will get the average value between the values between
**85**and**95**.

Thus, we can say that our formula works perfectly, and we are able to find the average if values lie between **two** numbers in Excel.

#### 1.2 Insert AVERGAREIFS from AutoSum Command

We can also insert the formula using the **AutoSum** command to calculate the average of those values that lie between **85** to **95**. The steps of this process are given as follows:

**📌 Steps:**

- At first, select any cell. To show the process, we select cell
**E5**. - Now, in the
**Home**tab, select the**drop-down**arrow of the**AutoSum > More Functions**from the**Editing**group.

- As a result, a small dialog box called
**Insert Function**will appear. - Then, change the
**Or select a category**option from**Most Recently Used**to**All**. - After that,
**scroll down**with your mouse and select the**AVERAGEIFS**function. - Next, click
**OK**.

- Another dialog box called
**Function Arguments**will appear. - Afterward, write down the following arguments in this dialog box.
- Finally, press
**OK**.

- You will figure out the average value between the values between
**85**and**95**.

Hence, we can say that our procedure works effectively, and we are able to find the average if values lie between **two** numbers in Excel.

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### 2. Utilizing AVERAGE and IF Functions

In this process, we are going to use the **AVERAGE** and **IF** functions to get the average value if values lie between **two** numbers in Excel. Here, we choose the upper bound at **95** and the lower bound at **85**. The steps of this method are explained below:

**📌 Steps:**

- First, select any cell. To show the procedure, we select cell
**E5**. - After that, write down the following formula into the cell.

`=AVERAGE(IF(C5:C14>=85,IF(C5:C14<=95,C5:C14)))`

- Next, press
**Enter**.

- You will get the average value between the values between
**85**and**95**.

Therefore, we can say that our formula works precisely, and we are able to find the average if values lie between **two** numbers in Excel.

**🔎 Breakdown of the Formula**

We are breaking down the formula for cell **E5**.

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**IF(C5:C14<=95,C5:C14)**: The **IF** function checks whether the data is less than **95**. If the logic is true the function will show the data. Otherwise, it will return **FALSE**. In this case, the function returns all the data.

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**IF(C5:C14>=85,IF(C5:C14<=95,C5:C14))**: The **IF** function checks whether the data is greater than **85**. If the logic is true, the function will check for the second **IF** function. If this logic also satisfies, the function shows the dataset. Conversely, it will return **FALSE**. Here, the formula returns **85**, **87**, **89**, and **93**.

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**AVERAGE(IF(C5:C14>=85,IF(C5:C14<=95,C5:C14)))**: The formula will show the average value of those **four** numbers. Here, the formula returns **88.5**.

**Read More:** **Excel AVERAGEIF with ‘Greater Than’ and ‘Less Than’ Criteria**

### 3. Applying SUMIFS and COUNTIFS Functions

In this process, we will use the **SUMIFS** and **COUNTIFS** functions to get the average value if values lie between **two** numbers in Excel. We choose two dates **September 3, 2022**, and **September 7,** **2022**, and evaluate the average value of the correspondent data that lie between them. In this method, we are going to use another dataset.

The steps of this process are described below:

**📌 Steps:**

- Firstly, select a cell. In this case, we select cell
**E10**. - Write down the following formula into the cell.

`=SUMIFS(C5:C14,B5:B14,">="&$F$5,B5:B14,"<="&$F$6)/COUNTIFS(B5:B14,">="&$F$5,B5:B14,"<="&$F$6)`

- Now, press
**Enter**.

- You will get the average value of the working time between
**September 3, 2022**, to**September 7, 2022**.

Finally, we can say that our formula works successfully, and we are able to find the average if values lie between **two** numbers in Excel.

**🔎 Breakdown of the Formula**

We are breaking down the formula for cell **E10**.

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**SUMIFS(C5:C14,B5:B14,”>=”&$F$5,B5:B14,”<=”&$F$6)**: The **SUMIFS** function sum all the corresponded data which lies between **September 3, 2022** and **September 7, 2022**. Here, the function returns **2380**.

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**COUNTIFS(B5:B14,”>=”&$F$5,B5:B14,”<=”&$F$6)**: The **COUNTIFS** function counts all the corresponded data which lies between **September 3, 2022** and **September 7, 2022**. Here, the function returns **5**.

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**SUMIFS(C5:C14,B5:B14,”>=”&$F$5,B5:B14,”<=”&$F$6)/COUNTIFS(B5:B14,”>=”&$F$5,B5:B14, “<=”&$F$6)**: The formula will show the average value for the data which lies between the dates **September 3, 2022** and **September 7, 2022**. Here, the formula returns **476**.

**Read More:** **How to Calculate Average If Number Matches Criteria in Excel**

## How to Calculate Average If Values Lie Between Two Dates in Excel

Here, we are going to calculate the average if the values lie between **two** dates. To estimate the average value **the AVERAGEIFS function** will help us. The procedure is explained below step-by-step:

**📌 Steps:**

- First of all, select any cell. We select cell
**E5**. - Afterward, write down the following formula into the cell.

`=AVERAGEIFS(C5:C14,B5:B14,">=3/9/2022",B5:B14,"<=7/9/2022")`

- Next, press
**Enter**.

- You will get the average value between the dates
**September 3, 2022**, to**September 7, 2022**.

So, we can say that our formula works perfectly, and we are able to find the average value if values lie between **two** dates in Excel.

## Conclusion

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