# Result needed

#### teppie_d

##### New Member
I'm thinking I can use an "If" statement, but I'm not sure exactly how to set it up. I have a variety of numbers:, 25, 102, 151, etc. I need a formula that will give me the following results:

Result Needed Data
\$500 1-90 i.e. 25
\$1000 91-180 i.e. 102 or 151
\$1500 181-270

How do I tackle this?

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=LOOKUP(A1,{1,500;91,1000;181,1500}) if the returned value is capped at 1500

Or =500*ROUNDUP(A1/90,0) if the trend continues

The lookup one worked perfectly. Thank you!

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