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How To Use GTE() Function in Google Sheets


Returns `TRUE` if the first argument is greater than or equal to the second, and `FALSE` otherwise. Equivalent to the `>=` operator.

Common Questions About the GTE Formula:
- What does GTE stand for?
- What is the syntax of the GTE formula?
- What are the criteria that must be met for the formula to work?

How Can the GTE Formula Be Used Appropriately:
- The GTE Formula can be used to compare two values in a range and determine if the values meet certain criteria.
- It can also be used to search for a specific value in a range and determine if that value exists in the range.

How Can the GTE Formula Be Commonly Mistyped:
- GTE can be accidentally mistyped as GTR, which references a different formula.
- In some cases, ">" may be used instead of ">=".

What Are Some Common Ways the GTE Formula Is Used Inappropriately:
- The GTE Formula should not be used when two text values are being compared, as the comparison will be invalid.
- Pointless function calls should be avoided with GTE, such as making a comparison that will always return the same result.

What Are Some Common Pitfalls When Using the GTE Formula:
- Using the GTE Formula with non-numeric ranges can produce unexpected results, such as comparing text values or returning an error.
- Neglecting to enclose the criteria in double quotes can also lead to unexpected results.

What Are Common Mistakes When Using the GTE Formula:
- Failing to correctly reference the criteria field in the GTE formula.
- Omitting the criteria field in the GTE formula when it is necessary.

What Are Common Misconceptions People Might Have With the GTE Formula:
- Mistaking the GTE Formula for the GREATER function, which is used for comparing larger values.
- Assuming that the GTE Formula only works with numbers, when in fact it can work with dates and other values as well.

How To Actually Use GTE() in Sheets

GTE(value1, value2)

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