# AND

### Definition of AND:

Returns true if all of the provided arguments are logically true, and false if any of the provided arguments are logically false.

### Sample Usage

`AND(A2 = "foo", A3 = "bar")`

`AND(TRUE,FALSE,TRUE)`

`AND(A1:A10,B1:B10)`

`AND(0,1,2,3)`

### Syntax

`AND(logical_expression1, [logical_expression2, ...])`

• `logical_expression1` - An expression or reference to a cell containing an expression that represents some logical value, i.e. `TRUE` or `FALSE`, or an expression that can be coerced to a logical value.

• `logical_expression2, ...` - [ OPTIONAL ] - Additional expressions or references to cells containing expressions representing some logical values, i.e. `TRUE` or `FALSE`, or expressions that can be coerced to logical values.

### Notes

• The number 0 is logically false; all other numbers (including negative numbers) are logically true.

### Step 3. Fill in the 2 values- In this formula there are four possible cases.

• logical1 = TRUE and logical2 = TRUE

• logical1 = FALSE and logical2 = TRUE

• logical1 = TRUE and logical2 = FALSE

• logical1 = FALSE and logical2 = FALSE

### By adding the values you would like to calculate, Excellentable generates the outcome:

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`OR`: Returns true if any of the provided arguments are logically true, and false if all of the provided arguments are logically false.
`NOT`: Returns the opposite of a logical value - `NOT(TRUE)` returns `FALSE`; `NOT(FALSE)` returns `TRUE`.