# How to Combine the IF and AND Functions in Google Sheets

To combine the IF and AND functions in Google Sheets, you can use the following syntax:

`=IF(AND(condition1, condition2, ...), value_if_true, value_if_false)`

Here's how the formula works:

- The
`AND`

function checks if all the conditions specified are true. - If all the conditions are true, the
`IF`

function returns the`value_if_true`

. - If any of the conditions are false, the
`IF`

function returns the`value_if_false`

.

Below is a detailed example to help you understand how to use the IF and AND functions together in Google Sheets.

## Example

Let's say you have a sales data table with columns A, B, and C representing "Item", "Quantity Sold", and "Price" respectively. You want to calculate the total revenue for each row, but only if the quantity sold is greater than 10 and the price is greater than $5. If these conditions are not met, you want to display "Not Applicable" in the "Total Revenue" column.

Here's the sales data table:

A | B | C | D |
---|---|---|---|

Item | Quantity Sold | Price | Total Revenue |

------------ | ------------- | --------- | ---------------- |

Product A | 15 | 6 | |

Product B | 5 | 8 | |

Product C | 12 | 4 | |

Product D | 20 | 7 |

To calculate the total revenue with the specified conditions, you can use the following formula in cell D2:

`=IF(AND(B2>10, C2>5), B2*C2, "Not Applicable")`

Drag this formula down to cells D3, D4, and D5 to apply it to the rest of the rows.

The updated sales data table with the total revenue will look like this:

A | B | C | D |
---|---|---|---|

Item | Quantity Sold | Price | Total Revenue |

------------ | ------------- | --------- | ---------------- |

Product A | 15 | 6 | 90 |

Product B | 5 | 8 | Not Applicable |

Product C | 12 | 4 | Not Applicable |

Product D | 20 | 7 | 140 |

As you can see, the formula has calculated the total revenue for the rows that meet the conditions and displayed "Not Applicable" for the rows that don't meet the conditions.