Question about Microsoft Excel for PC
To totally exclude age 25, =if(age of client <25,10%,if(age of client>25,5%,0))
to include 25 under 10% premium, =if(age of client <=25,10%,5%)
to include 25 under 5% premium, =if(age of client <25,10%,5%)
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
Here is your formula
=IF(A1 < 25,10/100 * B1, 5/100 * B1)
A1 is the Age of client
B1 is the car value
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