Multiple if statement formulas

PJNOLS67

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I'm using this formula: =IF(D10>29,$D$3,IF(16<d10<29,$d$4,if(d10<16,$d$5)))

For the 1st and 3rd 'IF' logic statements, the result is returned correctly. When the second logic statement is met, the result is 'False'. The table shows what I'm trying to do:

DISTRIBUTION CRITERIA
Weekly hours$ /Yrs of Service
Full Time (FT)FT (D3)>30 $ 300.00
Part-time 1PT-1 (D4)16-29 $ 200.00
Part-time 2PT-2 (D5)1-15 $ 100.00
INDIVIDUAL DISTRIBUTIONS
Staff MemberHours worked/WkFT or PTGift Level
40FT300
40FT300
40FT300
40FT300
40FT300
40FT300
40FT300
15PT-2100
5PT-2100
D1020FALSEFALSE
20FALSEFALSE
10PT-2100
10PT-2100

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Can anybody tell me what I'm doing wrong?

Thanks!

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</d10<29,$d$4,if(d10<16,$d$5)))
 

FormR

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I'm using this formula: =IF(D10>29,$D$3,IF(16
Hi, welcome to the forum!

The board software thought part of your formula was HTML and decided to try and parse it. One way to avoid that happening is to add spaces after any less than symbols that appear in your formula when posting them here.

I think this is what you are looking for though.

=IF(D10<16,$D$4,IF(D10<30,$D$3,$D$2))
 

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