max

max(`number1`

,`number2`

,`...`

)

The MAX function has the following arguments:

`number1`

The first number in the set of numbers to be scanned for the maximum

`number2`

The second number in the set of numbers to be scanned for the maximum

`...`

Additional numbers in the set of numbers to be scanned for the maximum

The max function returns the maximum value in a set of numbers. At least one value must be in the list, otherwise there is no limit to the number of values in the argument list.

The value returned will be an integer if all of the numbers are integers. The value returned will be a number if any of the values in the argument list are numbers.

Formula |
Description |
Result |
---|---|---|

max(1,2,3) |
Choose the maximum integer |
3 |

max(6.3, 12.2) | Choose the maximum number | 12.2 |

max(8.5, 200, 5) | Choose the maximum number | 200.0 |