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Calculating a blended rate

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    Calculating a blended rate

    I'm looking to do something similar to sliding scale commission but with fewer variables. Attached example worksheet, which goes like this:

    Cells D2:H2 contain threshold numbers ("buckets") (2,000, 4,000, 6,000, 8,000)
    Cells D3:H3 contain dollar amount per unit in each bucket ($200, $180, $140, $120)

    I want to calculate the total cost for a number that falls in between two of the buckets, for example 2,500

    The first 2,000 are multiplied by $200 and the next 500 are multiplied by $180.

    How can I write the function most simply?
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    Last edited by haskenazi; 10-29-2020 at 09:39 PM. Reason: Solved

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    Re: Calculating a blended rate


    1. Change of data table.

    2. Try this formula in D10:

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