Using Calc 3.4.5 on openSuse 11.2
I am trying to work out the currency value of the amount of electricity
units I have left at the end of the month (G2).
This same formula will be used for the other 11 months of the year with only
the G2 reference changing to G3, G4...etc.
For those who wish to stretch their grey matter as mine just ain't
stretching any more.
The pricing scale the energy supplier has given me is:
Unit Range Value per unit
0-150 1.1320
150.01 -> 600 1.1811
600.01 -> 1.4018
Therefore the first 150 units are priced at 1.132 ea. any units still
available need to be calculated at the next rate of 1.1811, but only up to
449.90 units at the second rate. Anything more than that must be at the
highest rate of 1.4018.
Assuming my unit balance of G2 = 433 I can work out the currency value of G2
by following the following logic, and using the scale above:
433 > 150 therefore the initial 150 units need to be priced at 1.1320 i.e.
150* 1.132= ZAR169.80. To this the balance of the units over 150 need to be
multiplied by the next rate of 1.1811 i.e. 433-150= 283. Since 283 is below
the max of 449.9 units allowed for this scale, therefore 283*1.1811=
ZAR334.25. The third scale is not needed as all the units have been
accounted for, however it must be available should G2 exceed 600 units e.g.
taking 601 units; the first 150 would be costed at 1.132, the next 449.9
costed at 1.1811 and the balance of 1.1 units costed at 1.4018 per unit.
Therefore total value of 433 units is:
150*1.1320 = 169.80
+ 283*1.1811 = 334.25
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Value ZAR504.05
Values used in formulae below are:
G2 = 433 available units
$F$18 = 1.132 cost per unit
$G$18 = 0 -> 150 units
$H$18 = 169.80 = value of F*G
$I$18 = 1.1811 cost per unit
$J$18 = 150.1 -> 600 units
$K$18 = 531.38 = value of I*449.90 = 600-150.1
$L$18 = 1.4018 cost per unit
$M$18 = 600.01
$N$18 = 841.09 = M*L however this value is dependent on how many units
over 600 column G2:g13 is.
SUM(IF(G2>=$G$18,$H$18,(G2-$G$18)*$F$18),IF($G$18>(G2-$G$18)<=$J$18,$K$18,(G2-$G$18)*$I$18),IF((G2-$G$18-$J$18)>=$M$18,$N$18,(G2-$G$18-$J$18)*$L$18))
Even taking out the SUM(), and replacing 'commaIF' with '+IF's gives the
incorrect answer i.e. 467.22.
There must be a problem with my logic in the above formula as the answer is
so close, but for the life of me I cannot see it.
Asking for some 'logic'al help to work out the correct value in H2:H13
File attached via Nabble: Electricity.ods
<http://nabble.documentfoundation.org/file/n4037350/Electricity.ods>
Appreciated
Hylton
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