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I want to add multiple IF function so that if any of the condition get true and give a different result for each IF function.
My example is as follows.


But the problem is that the condition 1 becomes true and other conditions dont work if i change the value of A1 above 55.

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As you have discovered, the first true condition will be the one that is executed - so the solution is to reverse the order of the tests

=IF(A1>=60,2, IF(A1>=55,1.7, IF(A1>=50,1.3,"")))

which NOW means that they will be processed in order.  An alternative would be to use vlookup instead of multiple if statements.
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