Help with excel model

lionsenki

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Hi all,

i have question in regards to an assignment that I am currently doing, i am trying to figure the total time required to serve a customer based on their needs level, however, my current model only allows me to display one result after input the population value in cell a3, so, said if i were to one to know the total time required based on the table from a25 but i do not want to input the value in a3 10 times and copy the value into b25 as a model is required, is there a function in excel that allows me to formulate the total time required(b25) and generate it into the entire list?
help.xlsx
ABCDEFGHIJKL
1
2population
350000#N/A
4Serverity $0
5main12123
6430005000200086%10%4%100%
714.08.012.060%
8Break down of total population 23.24.08.030%
9 31.63.26.010%
10258003000120030000
1112900150060015000
1243005002005000
13430005000200050000
14TIME REQUIRED PER PERSON
15
161032002400014400141600
17412806000480052080
186880160012009680
191513603160020400203360
20
21ANSWER
22203360
23
24
25POPULATIONTIME REQUIRED
2650000
2760000
2870000
2980000
3090000
31100000
Sheet1
Cell Formulas
RangeFormula
B3B3=VLOOKUP($A$3,$N$6:$O$11,2,1)
E4E4=130*$B$22
A6A6=$A3*$I$6
B6B6=$A3*$J$6
C6C6=$A3*$K$6
I7,J8I7=240/60
J7,K8J7=480/60
K7K7=720/60
I8,J9I8=192/60
I9I9=96/60
K9K9=360/60
B10B10=$A$6*$L$7
C10C10=$B$6*$L$7
D10D10=$C$6*$L$7
E10E10=SUM($B$10:$D$10)
B11B11=$A$6*$L$8
C11C11=$B$6*$L$8
D11D11=$C$6*$L$8
E11E11=SUM($B$11:$D$11)
B12B12=$A$6*$L$9
C12C12=$B$6*$L$9
D12D12=$C$6*$L$9
E12E12=SUM($B$12:$D$12)
B13B13=SUM($B$10:$B$12)
C13C13=SUM($C$10:$C$12)
D13D13=SUM($D$10:$D$12)
E13E13=SUM($E$10:$E$12)
B16B16=B10*$I$7
C16C16=C10*$J$7
D16D16=D10*$K$7
E16E16=SUM($B$16:$D$16)
B17B17=B11*$I$8
C17C17=C11*$J$8
D17D17=D11*$K$8
E17E17=SUM($B$17:$D$17)
B18B18=$B$12*$I$9
C18C18=C12*$J$9
D18D18=D12*$K$9
E18E18=SUM($B$18:$D$18)
B19B19=SUM($B$16:$B$18)
C19C19=SUM($C$16:$C$18)
D19D19=SUM($D$16:$D$18)
E19E19=SUM($E$16:$E$18)
A22A22=E19
 

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lionsenki

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Nevermind my previous statement, thanks a lot for your help!!!
 

GlennUK

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So, in other words, using a Data Table shows the correct results?
 

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