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1. Ok folks..last one.

IF A2>=95% then payout equals 100%
IF A2=94% then payout equals 94%
IF A2=93% then payout equals 93%

So basically I need code to say that if A2 is above 95% the payout is 100%
94 = 94
93 = 93
92 = 92

and so on down to 50%

ALL IN ONE STATEMENT.

Thanks

[ This Message was edited by: investr on 2002-05-02 10:20 ]

2. On 2002-05-02 10:19, investr wrote:
Ok folks..last one.

IF A2>=95% then payout equals 100%
IF A2=94% then payout equals 94%
IF A2=93% then payout equals 93%

So basically I need code to say that if A2 is above 95% the payout is 100%
94 = 94
93 = 93
92 = 92

and so on down to 50%

ALL IN ONE STATEMENT.

Thanks [img]/board/images/smiles/icon_smile.gif[/img]

[ This Message was edited by: investr on 2002-05-02 10:20 ]
Is it not:

=(A1>=95%)*100%+(A1<95%)*A1

or, if you like,

=IF(A1>=95%,100%,A1)

3. I have this
=IF(A9>=95%, 100%, IF(A9=94%, 94%))

but that doesn't help me with 93% = 93% and 92% = 92% etc...

I need this ALL in ONE statement

So if I plug in 96% in A2 then A3 says 100%
if I plug in 94% in A2 then A3 says 94%
and so on..get it?

4. On 2002-05-02 10:29, investr wrote:
I have this
=IF(A9>=95%, 100%, IF(A9=94%, 94%))

but that doesn't help me with 93% = 93% and 92% = 92% etc...

I need this ALL in ONE statement

So if I plug in 96% in A2 then A3 says 100%
if I plug in 94% in A2 then A3 says 94%
and so on..get it?
No, I don't get it.

Did you try what I suggested?

5. Hey again,

I'm still not sure what's wrong with:

=IF(A2>=95%,100%,A2) '--as you remember this was posted in your other thread as well as Aladin's post above.

Does it have something to do with your lower extreme of 50%? If A2<50% do you want the formula to still output 50%?

For example:
=IF(A2>=95%,100%,IF(A2<50%,50%,A2))

This basically states:
IF A2>=95% then output 100%
IF A2<50% then output 50%
Otherwise output A2 - this seems to fit your description

If this is incorrect then please specify exactly what we're missing - as there appears to be something I'm not quite getting.

Hope that helps

6. I need this all on ONE formula.

This is what I need cell B2 to have happen..in my laymen terms...

IF A2>=95% then output 100%
IF A2=94% then output 94%
IF A2=93% then output 93%

Down to 85% would be fine.

So if I knew how to combine all those conditions into one I would do it. That is why I am posting one at a time. ) So I need the formula to do all of what I stated above in ONE formula for cell B2

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[ This Message was edited by: investr on 2002-05-02 10:58 ]

[ This Message was edited by: investr on 2002-05-02 10:59 ]

7. =if(or(a2>.95,a2=.95),1,a2)

This will return the value that is in A2 as your payout if it is less than .95

8. BINGO!!!!!!!!!!

Thanks. Now that is what i needed.

9. Ok

I'm going to break out your conditions in effort to see where the miscommunication is.

Condition 1:

Based on your description: the output value that you need in B2 appears to be the exact same as the input value in A2 -as long as A2 is <95%.

In Summary for Condition 1:

IF A2<95% then B2=A2

'e.g. if A2=94% then output the value 94% in cell B2. Likewise if A2=65% then B2 outputs 65%. --Does this not agree with your example?

Condition 2:

You want B2 to output 100% if A2 holds a value greater than or equal to 95%. So if A2=95%, then B2 outputs 100%. Likewise if A2=99% then B2 outputs 100%.

In Summary for condition 2:
IF A2>=95% then B2=100%

Total formula:

Therefore merging these 2 conditions into one formula:

=IF(A2>=95%,100%,A2) '-typed in B2

I'm really not seeing any difference in explanations between your last few posts. This formula seems to cover all requested conditions.

Any help?

10. lol!

Nevermind

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