# What is this formula saying?

#### equinex3

##### New Member
Someone built me a spreadsheet that yields results of MPH, Units/Mile, etc. Here's the formula that is used: =IFERROR((SUM(Averages!D12:I12)/COUNTIF(Averages!D12:I12,">0")),"")

I would like to know what the formula is saying.

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#### vds1

##### Well-known Member
Taking the average of cells which is greater then zero. If the result yields error then its a blank

Example : 0 0 0 1 2 0

=3/2
=1.5

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