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# Microsoft Excel head scratcher! help me before i go bald?

Topic: Use case summary example
July 17, 2019 / By Buz
Question: ok..I have created a spreadsheet. I need to work out..B4+.21/35*100 so...b4 cost is 17p and i need to add the value of c4 which in this example is 21p..then...sigh....work out what 65% of that total would be then....add on 17.5% vat to the 65% total price as a selling price. but i want to display the answer in c4. God i am confusing myself here....sorry. In summary, I want to start with a figure add another amount then get a figure of what 65% of that is then calculate adding 17.5% vat to the figure. Thanks in advance ;) this is just an example, there are another maybe, 70 calculations on the page although all the same formula required.

## Best Answers: Microsoft Excel head scratcher! help me before i go bald?

Aldrich | 8 days ago
I couldn't follow your cell ID's for example I used 100 in A1, 50 in A2, =.65*(A1+A2) in A3 and =.175*A3 in A4 which in your case is C4 i think. 100 fig 1 50 fig 2 97.5 65% of 100+50 17.0625 17.5% of 97.5
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