- number1—The number or range of numbers to add
Additional numbers or ranges of numbers to add
This example references the following sheet information:
|Clothing Item||Transaction Total||Units Sold||Price Per Unit|
Given the table above, here are some examples of using SUM in a sheet:
|=SUM(12, 45, 72)||Sums a series of numbers: 12, 45, and 72.||129|
|=SUM([Transaction Total]:[Transaction Total])||Sums the Transaction Total column||8,570.00|
|=SUM(CHILDREN())||Placed in the parent row to sum the child rows of the Transaction Total column. Rows 2–4 apply. (Row 1 is the parent row.)||4,285.00|
|=IF(SUM([Transaction Total]4)= ([Units Sold]4 * [Price Per Unit]4), "Total Correct" , "Total Incorrect")||Returns the string Total correct if the value of row 4 in the Transaction Total column is equal to the product (amount when two numbers are multiplied by each other) of the value in row 4 of Units Sold and Price Per Unit columns. Otherwise, the function returns Total Incorrect.||Total Incorrect|
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