# Combining multiple IF statements

edited 12/09/19

The user fills in miles driven per day.

Miles per day is x

1. Less than 101 miles per day = x * 0.33

2. More than 100 but less than 1001 miles per day = x * 0.30

3. More than 1000 miles per day = x * 0.25

I have the 1st and 3rd ones solved

1. =IF(AND(Miles2 < 101), Miles2 * 0.33)

3. =IF(AND(Miles2 > 1000), Miles2 * 0.25)

However, I have trouble with the middle one and also how to combine all three conditions into one formula.

I'm new to Smartsheet. Any help would be much appreciated!

Thanks,

Haye

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• ok - solved the middle one:

=IF(AND(Miles3 > 100, Miles3 < 1001), Miles3 * 2)

Now I need it all in one formula...

• You don't need to use AND. Yo can just use IF.

=IF([Columna2]1 > 100, IF([Columna2]1 > 1000, [Columna2]1 * 0.25, [Columna2]1 * 0.3), [Columna2]1 * 0.33)

The value in [Columna2]1 is where X will be.

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Hi Haye,

Paulo is correct. You don't have to use AND because if the first criteria of your formula doesn't pass it automatically moves onto the next one. In your formula case, if it's not less than 100, then see if its less than a thousand, if not, then charge for over a 1000.

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