I'm trying to calculate prices for items that have various costs. Depending on what that cost is determined its multiplier. I'm hoping I can create a formula in a spreadsheet to streamline my process. Below is my logic. Everything is calculating correctly up until the third if statement. I can't figure out why


you need AND instead of OR

=IF(AV2<=5                   ,AV2*4,
 IF(AND(AV2>=5.01, AV2<=11)  ,AV2*3.2,
 IF(AV2>=20.51               ,AV2*2.3,)))))

  • I originally started with AND instead of OR but it just returned a result of FALSE. I need to have an actual number as a result. I get the FALSE result because all of the conditions were not met. I switched to OR because I only one of the conditions to be met. – Megan C Jan 2 '19 at 20:40
  • @MeganC in that case add one more , to get rid of FALSE if thats what you want – user0 Jan 2 '19 at 20:44
  • thank you! that did the trick :) – Megan C Jan 2 '19 at 20:54

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