# MINIFS

Returns the minimum value in a range of cells, filtered by a set of criteria.

### Sample Usage

`MINIFS(A1:A3, B1:B3, 1, C1:C3, “A”)`

`MINIFS(D4:E5, F4:G5, “>5”, F6:G7, “<10”)`

### Syntax

`MINIFS(range, criteria_range1, criterion1, [criteria_range2, criterion2, …])`

• `range` - The range of cells from which the minimum will be determined.

• `criteria_range1` - The range of cells over which to evaluate `criterion1`.

• `criterion1` - The pattern or test to apply to `criteria_range1`.

• `criteria_range2, criterion2, ... - `Optional: Additional ranges and their associated criteria. Note that filtering will result in the intersection of these.

### Notes

• `MINIFS` will return `0` if none of the criterion are satisfied.
• `range` and all of the criterion ranges must be the same size. If they aren't, `MINIFS` will return a `#VALUE` error.

Returns the maximum value in a range of cells, filtered by a set of criteria.

`SUMIFS`: Returns the sum of a range depending on multiple criteria.

`MIN`: Returns the minimum value in a numeric dataset.

### Example

A B C
1 ID Score Section
2 123 30 B
3 102 28 A
4 157 29 A
5 189 19 B
6
7 Solution Formula
8 102 = MINIFS(A2:A5, B2:B5, ">25", C2:C5, “A”)
9 123 = MINIFS(A2:A5, B2:B5, ">25", C2:C5, “B”)
10 123 = MINIFS(A2:A5, B2:B5, "<35", C2:C5, “B”)
11 0 = MINIFS(A2:A5, B2:B5, ">35", C2:C5, “B”)