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Excel/LibreOffice Calc - Setting a value dependent on another value as that second value rises at a uniform rate
Since it's not really the straight line between the three points as stated before contradicting, you need a slightly different approach than just a simple linear calculation. So: =IF(C18<2230, &...
showing the formulas but not the values in Open Office Calc
You need to input the Formula using the Address Bar. Even formula checkbox is not selection in options, if you type a formula starting with "=" sign on the sheet other than use of existing ...
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