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I need to create a formula to create pricing for a couple different scenarios ex.

I have 5 or less I need the price to be $150 if I have 6-10 I need to formula to reflect the price of $175.

Basically the cost is for 5 or less, then 6-10 then, 11-15 items.  I just want to make the cost see the greater than/ less than count and multiply at the cost for that amount.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Two methods spring to mind - with a three way cost, a nested if statement would be one way, but do it largest first smallest last

=if(quantity>15,cost3,if(quantity>10,cost2,if(quantity>5,cost3,cost4)))

Alternatively, you could use vlookup with the match value set to TRUE.
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