In Excel, the **SUMIF** and **SUMIFS **functions both sum the cells in a range that meet a certain condition, but they use slightly different behaviors:

- The
**SUMIF**function sums the number of cells in a range that meet**one condition**. - The
**SUMIFS**function counts the number of cells in a range that meet**several conditions**.

The following examples show how to use each function in practice with the following data in Excel:

**Example 1: Using SUMIF**

We can use the following **SUMIF **formula to sum the values in the Points column where the value in the Team column is equal to “Mavs”:

=SUMIF(A2:A16, "Mavs", C2:C16)

The following screenshot shows how to use this formula in practice:

The sum of the points for the rows where team is equal to “Mavs” is **86**.

**Example 2: Using SUMIFS**

We can use the following **SUMIFS** formula to sum the values in the Points column where the value in the Team column is equal to “Mavs” and the value in the Rebounds column is greater than 5:

=SUMIFS(C2:C16, A2:A16, "Mavs", B2:B16, ">5")

The following screenshot shows how to use this formula in practice:

The sum of points for the rows where team is equal to “Mavs” and rebounds is greater than 5 is **51**.

**Note**: Refer to the Excel documentation page for a complete explanation of the SUMIF and SUMIFS functions.

**Additional Resources**

The following tutorials explain how to perform other common tasks in Excel:

How to Use SUMIF with OR in Excel

How to Use SUMIFS with a Date Range in Excel

How to Use Wildcard in SUMIFS Function in Excel

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