4 argument if statement?

subtleskeptic

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  2. 2019
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hello, looking to construct a formula for a four argument statement:
if A1 is > 10, then return .30
if a1 is >=8, but <=10, then return a value that takes 100 / b2,
and lastly, if a1 is <= 8, then return .40
any thoughts please?
 

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Try
=IF(A1>10, .3, IF(A1>=8, 100/B2, .4))

I note that your description has an ambiguity if A1=8
 
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How about
=IF(A1<=8,0.4,IF(A1<=10,100/B1,0.3))
 
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Glad we could help & thanks for the feedback
 
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