#### AshMorrow

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Units Prod is to be solved with solver
Reg hours *\$40
OT hours * \$60
Reg Hours <= 2700 produced OT>2700
Does anyone know the formulas that will allow for values below and above the 2700
threshhold using a formula for Reg Hours and a formula for OT hours. This is a linear
program so IF/Then is not allowed.
Thanks a lot

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Hi,

I don't understand exactly what you want.

=(RegRate*Hours)+MAX(0,Hours-Threshhold)*(OTRate-RegRate)

would be a general formula, but I don't think that is the right equation for what you are trying to do (???).

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