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Imagine 5 periods of sales, growing by $550 per year, from $250 to $2,250. There is a columnar table with sales in increments of $500 to $2,000 paired with margin percentages.

Using INDEX(MarginColumn,MATCH(Sales,SalesColumn,1)) successfully retrieves the correct margin % for each period where Sales is that year's sales.

So, I tried to construct an array formula in the following way:


Sales is not changing, so that only the 1st year's margin percentage is being applied to each year's sales. I confirmed this by extending the array to a multi-cell layout.

How can I correct the formula so that the margin percentage is looked up as if it were using each year's sales independently? I know I can just SUM the array once this works, but this is my current road block.

P.S. If you see this answer immediately, how might I multiply the percentages by the sales that increase by $500 and sum the whole expression into one cell?

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The formula I have tried is: =INDEX($E$3:$E$11,MATCH(1,IF($A$3:$A$11=G3,IF($B$3:$B$11=H3,
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confirmed with ctrl shift enter.

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