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If formula Cases 10000, cases per line 8 I am trying to find the hours need to pick the 10000 cases base on how many cases per line. This is how I am trying to write the formula: if the cases per line are more then 8 or less then 9 use 400 cases per hour if the cases per line are more then 9 ore less then 10 use 410 cases per hour etc.

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What are the "cases"? Your example "more then 8 or less then 9 use 400" implies that there is a decimal part e.g. 8.5 . Is that right?

You dont need to test in both directions
e.g. assuming you name the cell with your number in it "cases"
=if(cases<9,400,if(cases<10,410,if(cases<11,420,430)))

Need more information on what the numbers are to help further

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