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Excel | Conditional formulae exercise | Single IF - Pesko C/card vouchers
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Open the file contained within the folder name shown above.
We want to calculate the number of club card vouchers earned.
In cell C4, create an =IF function to calculate the number of club card vouchers earned. Use the following information to help you:
- If the amount is greater than £95, you get 1 voucher per £4 spent
- Anything less you only get 1 voucher for every £10 spent
Don't forget to set up range names for the input cells containing the high and low voucher amounts and the voucher threshold figures.
Copy your =IF function down the column to calculate the other club card vouchers earned.
Change the rates for the high and low vouchers and the threshold as shown below:
When you change the input cell values, the answers in column C should change.
Use Save As... to save the file in your new Excel work folder.