### Logical Operators that can be used in Microsoft Excel

The following is a list of logical operators that you can use in your formulas:

Operator | Description | Explanation & Example |
---|---|---|

> | Greater than | Evaluates if a number is greater than another number. =(2>1)=TRUE |

>= | Greater than or equal to | Evaluates if a number is greater than or equal to another number, when using the "less than" and "equals" symbols together. =(2>=1)=TRUE =(1>=1)=TRUE =(0>=1)=FALSE |

< | Less than | Evaluates if a number is less than another number. =(1<2)=TRUE |

<= | Less than or equal to | Evaluates if a number is less than or equal to another number, when using the "greater than" and "equals" symbols together. =(2<=1)=FALSE =(1<=1)=TRUE =(0<=1)=TRUE |

= | Equal to | Evaluates if 2 numbers are equal. =(4=2)=FALSE =(2=2)=TRUE |

<> | Not equal to | Evaluates if 2 numbers are not equal, when using the "less than" and "greater than" symbols together. =(4<>2)=TRUE =(2<>2)=FALSE |

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