Based on the **Boolean logic in Excel, all mathematical expressions will be simplified** to 0 (FALSE) or 1 (TRUE) values.

For the sake of simplicity, let us see an example of how to convert a math operation, TRUE and FALSE values into 1’s and 0’s. There are only two types of output: 0 or 1.

## Boolean logic example

In the following example, you want to filter products using the criteria below:

The expression is TRUE if the price in cell C3 is greater than 100 and it is in stock:

**=(C3>100) * (D3=”Yes”)**

**Boolean logic reduces the formula to =TRUE * TRUE**

**Finally, Excel converts the result to =1*1 =1**

Using boolean expressions, you can simplify formulas.

The formula above is equivalent to:

**=IF(AND(C3>100, D3=”stock”),1,0)**

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