EXCEL FUNCTION – MAX

EXCEL FUNCTION – MAX

How to use “MAX” function in Excel

MAX function is used to get the largest number in range or list of values.

MAX function has one required argument i.e. number1 and optional argument i.e. [number2]…

Syntax:
=MAX(number1,[number2],...)
Syntax Description:

number1 argument is required argument where we can give range or value

[number2] argument is optional argument where we can give another range or value

refers that, we can add multiple range or values by separating them with comma ( , )

Example 1: MAX function with cell range:
  • “Column A” shows series of number values from which largest value to find
  • “Column B” shows the sample formula applied,
  • “Column C” shows the output of the function and,
  • Explanation is provided in “Columns D”
MAX Function
Example 2: MAX function with List of  Values:
  • “Column A” shows the sample formula applied that contains list of values from which largest value is required
  • “Column B” shows the output of the function and,
  • Explanation is provided in “Columns C”
MAX Function
Things to Remember:

– Function will only consider numeric values while evaluating largest value

– Multiple ranges can be applied in function by separating them with comma (,)

– Text/ Spaces will be ignored by the function

– If No values in range or list of values (i.e. number argument) then output will return as 0 (zero)

Hope you learnt this Function,

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