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I have a spreadsheet for work where I need to calculate the price of our
services. If you buy 0-30 items, they are $13 a piece, 31-99 is $12 each,
and 100+ is $11. I need to put a formula into a column that can calculate
this automatically. The cell with the final quantity is T10, so the first
part of the equation should look something like this:

=IF(T10<31, 13)

That works for all numbers less than 31, but I need the other two parts
added in there. Please help.

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=IF(T10<31,13,IF(T10<100,12,11))

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I have a spreadsheet for work where I need to calculate the price of our
services. If you buy 0-30 items, they are $13 a piece, 31-99 is $12 each,
and 100+ is $11. I need to put a formula into a column that can calculate
this automatically. The cell with the final quantity is T10, so the first
part of the equation should look something like this:

=IF(T10<31, 13)

That works for all numbers less than 31, but I need the other two parts
added in there. Please help.


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One way.......

=IF(T10<31,13,IF(T10<100,12,11))

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I have a spreadsheet for work where I need to calculate the price of our
services. If you buy 0-30 items, they are $13 a piece, 31-99 is $12 each,
and 100+ is $11. I need to put a formula into a column that can calculate
this automatically. The cell with the final quantity is T10, so the first
part of the equation should look something like this:

=IF(T10<31, 13)

That works for all numbers less than 31, but I need the other two parts
added in there. Please help.

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Hi

=IF(T10="","",IF(T1099,11,IF(T1030,12,13)))
or, marginally shorter,
=IF(T10="","",11+(T10<100)*2+(T10<31)*1)

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I have a spreadsheet for work where I need to calculate the price of our
services. If you buy 0-30 items, they are $13 a piece, 31-99 is $12 each,
and 100+ is $11. I need to put a formula into a column that can calculate
this automatically. The cell with the final quantity is T10, so the first
part of the equation should look something like this:

=IF(T10<31, 13)

That works for all numbers less than 31, but I need the other two parts
added in there. Please help.


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=IF(T10<=30, 13, IF(T10<=99, 12, 11))
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I have a spreadsheet for work where I need to calculate the price of our
services. If you buy 0-30 items, they are $13 a piece, 31-99 is $12 each,
and 100+ is $11. I need to put a formula into a column that can calculate
this automatically. The cell with the final quantity is T10, so the first
part of the equation should look something like this:

=IF(T10<31, 13)

That works for all numbers less than 31, but I need the other two parts
added in there. Please help.





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Give this formula a try...

=11+(A1<100)+(A1<31)

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I have a spreadsheet for work where I need to calculate the price of our
services. If you buy 0-30 items, they are $13 a piece, 31-99 is $12 each,
and 100+ is $11. I need to put a formula into a column that can calculate
this automatically. The cell with the final quantity is T10, so the first
part of the equation should look something like this:

=IF(T10<31, 13)

That works for all numbers less than 31, but I need the other two parts
added in there. Please help.




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