# How to total only when 2 criteria are met?

#### GLTravis

##### New Member
I understand sumIF & CountIF to a degree but not sure how to add a total only when 2 criteria are met.
Heres how I see it.
If Row A ="C" & row B = "min charge" add totals in row E.

For that matter id like to know a formula for:- if Cell A5 ="C" & Cell B5="min charge" add totals in row E.

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