COUNTIF with AND...newb question

mark gardner

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probably a dumb newb question...I have 2 columns of data in D and E. Column D has a 1 or a zero in it. Colums E has a 2 or a three in it. I am trying to use a countif formula to dertermine how many rows have a 1 in column D and a 2 in column E. My formula (below) is wrong and I can't figure out how to fix it. Thanks in advance...

=COUNTIF(D39:D44,1)*AND(E39:E44,2)
 

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=SUMPRODUCT(--(D39:D44=1),--(E39:E44=2))
 

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