using two formulas

rainmantwo

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How do form a statement to use two formulas in one cell. I want to add 5% then round down the number.

=E9*(1+2%)


=ROUNDDOWN(H9,0)

tHANKS bRIAN
 

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awalle

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if I understood, you need to mix the two formulas as follow:

=ROUNDDOWN(E9*(1+2%),0)
 

Scott Huish

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That formula won't increase the amount 5%, it increases it 2%, but perhaps:

=INT(E9*1.05)
 

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