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Brian Barker gave a very succint method to do this in a previous discussion.
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On 2013-10-11 06:11, Hylton Conacher (ZR1HPC) wrote:

I have a spreadsheet with four pricing ranges for a certain number of units.

G4 = 601
H4 = calculated by below formula = 751.25 but should be 751.52
F20 = 1.25
G20 = 150 i.e. 0->150 units
h20 = F*G

I20 = 1.25
J20 = 200 i.e. 150.0001 -> 350 units
K20 = I*J

L20 = 1.25
M20 = 250 i.e. 350.0001 -> 600 units
N20 = L*M

O20 = 1.52
P20 >= 600 i.e. 600.0001 -> infinity units
Q20 = O*P

The below formula calculates H4

Is there a simpler way to achieve the right answer i.e. 751.52 as I have checked all the cell values and they all read as indicated here.

Where am I making a mistake?


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