How to Use AVERAGEIF in Google Sheets in 2020?

AVERAGEIFReturns the average of a range depending on criteria.
Sample Usage

AVERAGEIF(A1:A10, “>20”, B1:B10)

AVERAGEIF(A1:A10, “<10") AVERAGEIF(A1:A10, "Paid", B1:B10) AVERAGEIF(A1:A10, "<"&B1) Syntax AVERAGEIF(criteria_range, criterion, [average_range]) criteria_range - The range to check against criterion. criterion - The pattern or test to apply to criteria_range. Equals: "text" or 1 or "=text" or "=1" Greater than: ">1″
Greater than or equal to: “>=1”
Less than: “<1" Less than or equal to: "<=1" Not equal to: "<>1″ or “<>text”

average_range – [ OPTIONAL ] – The range to average. If not included, criteria_range is used for the average instead.

See Also

AVERAGE: The AVERAGE function returns the numerical average value in a dataset, ignoring text.

AVERAGEA: Returns the numerical average value in a dataset.

AVERAGEIFS: Returns the average of a range depending on multiple criteria.

SUMIF: Returns a conditional sum across a range.

COUNTIF: Returns a conditional count across a range.

IF: Returns one value if a logical expression is `TRUE` and another if it is `FALSE`.

MEDIAN: Returns the median value in a numeric dataset.