Excel | Conditional formulae exercise | IF Parking Charge or Message

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Software ==> Excel  (145 exercises)
Version ==> Excel 2016 and later
Topic ==> Conditional formulae  (16 exercises)
Level ==> Average difficulty
Courses ==> Excel Business Modelling  /  Excel Intermediate
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Excel File without an IF function

We want to use an =IF function to calculate the parking charge.

In cell C4, create an =IF function to calculate the parking charge.  Use the following to help you:

  • If the hours parked are less than or equal to 2 hrs, display a message saying Free parking
  • If the hours are greater, the parking fee is Hours Parked * Parking Charge

Don't forget to create range names for the parking fee and the the threshold, and to use these in your =IF formula.

Copy the =IF function down the rest of the column to calculate the other parking fees

Change the threshold and the parking fee as shown below to check everything works:

Parking charges

When you change the input cells the parking fees should change.

  

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