the rate and inventory management system my hotel uses rounds up to the next .95 currently. Most rates are based upon a 'Rack Rate' in the form of a discount percentage. So, if the Rack Rate is $129.95 and the AAA discount is 20%, the resulting $103.96 rate is rounded up to $104.95. I'm trying to fix my spreadsheet to account for the various rates and discount percentages of several different types of discounts.

I've tried a couple rounding methods:

=ROUNDUP(B$30*(1-B32),0)+0.95 which returns the correct value only when the value to the right of the decimal point is .96-.99

=ROUNDDOWN(B$30*(1-B32),0)+0.95 which returns the correct value only when the value to the right of the decimal point is .00-.95

=CEILING((B$30*(1-B32)),0.95) which returns some odd bits, sich as .85 and .50

So, is there a way to get Excel to shift the rounding base point from zero to .95? Or some other way to accomplish this?

I need J22 to multiply based on years in B22 AND increase 5% for each of those years (compounding) after two years (excludes year 1 from 5% increase). In addition the cell needs to remain blank if D22 is blank. B22 = 1, then the stockprice needs to remain the same, and only increase by 5% after year 1.

Currently... B22 = a number of years indicated by the formula: =IF(A22="","",DATEDIF(A22,I3,"y")) J22 =IF(ISNA(VLOOKUP(D22,stockprices,2,FALSE)),"",VLOOKUP(D22,stockprices,2,FALSE))

Example:

If J22 stockprice lookup is $1000.00, and the number of years listed in B22 is 6, then the reported value in J22 needs to be $1494.40.

I have calculated the implied volatility for different single options using the newton raphson method. But, I also need to calculate the implied volatility which minimizes the sum of squared differences between the observed market price and the model price for each day. I guess one needs to use vectors (jacobian matrix) to do this, but I do not know how to expand the code to be able to do this. Anyone have any idea how this can be done? I have attached the [code] I have used to calculate the implied volatility for one option.

I have a pivot table as shown below which is pretty straight forward however I am trying to create a macro that will automatically change the point name to match the point name in column E then copy that resulting dispaly to another sheet then pick the next point name in line and do the same thing and repeat for 50 rows, so my end result will be 50 pivot tables ready for printing. I can do this manually but I am trying to make it automatic...BTW the point names in column E change everyday but the pivot table supports the name changes.

Option Explicit Sub PointName() Dim Ws As Worksheet Dim Rng As Range, Cel As Range

Set Ws = ActiveSheet Set Rng = Range(Cells(2, 7), Cells(Rows.Count, 7).End(xlUp))

For Each Cel In Rng Ws.PivotTables("PivotTable1").PivotFields("Point Name").CurrentPage = Cel & " "

Ws.Columns("A:B").Copy Sheets.Add With ActiveSheet .Paste .Name = Trim(Cel) .Range("A1").Select End With Next Ws.Activate End Sub

I turned it off for a while and when I turned it back on I am getting an error Unable to set the _Default property of the PivotItem class

Debugger is highlighting

Ws.PivotTables("PivotTable1").PivotFields("Point Name").CurrentPage = Cel & " "

The analysis basically has 2 data components to it: The 1st part, is a basic transaction list of shopping items bought through the year. Each transaction's shopping item also has the quantity of that item purchased at that time.

The 2nd part, is a pricing sheet for all the different types of shopping items. The pricing sheet has different prices for different quantities at which the item is purchased.

What I am trying to do is to find the relevant price for shopping item, which depends on not only what the item is, but also the quantity. In point form, it should follow the logic below:

1) Identify the item in the shopping list (worksheet 1) from the list of prices (worksheet 2)

2) Find quantity in the prices worksheet that is closest to the quantity in the shopping list (i.e. where the difference between the quantity on transaction list and the quantity on the pricing sheet is the least)

3) Pull the price for this "closest quantity"

I have uploaded a worksheet showing the structure of that data. [url]

Is there some VB code I need to do this, or can it just be a few simple formulas?

I am trying to round similar to Banker's Rounding or Scientific Rounding but I can't find a consistent formula that works perfect with decimals.

Using three decimal places for all the samples, I can get 0.0785 to round to 0.078 but 0.1785 wants to round to 0.179 instead of staying 0.078. Or 0.0005 will round to 0 but 0.5115 wants to round to 0.511 instead of 0.512.

Here is a list of sample numbers along with desired results: .0785 should be .078 .5115 should be .512 .5035 should be .504 .0005 should be 0 .0025 should be .002 .0194 should be .019 .0195 should be .02 .0135 should be .014 .0115 should be .012 .8115 should be .812

I cannot find a formula which gives me all of these results. Here is a list of the formulas I have tried so far (NOTE: cell A2 is the working cell in my worksheet where I enter the number to be rounded)

All data is located within one book. I have two sheets with material codes in each sheet which include pricing (existing and current)

Sheet1 (has existing material codes plus existing pricing) Has about 1200 lines Sheet2 (has current material codes plus current pricing), has about 36000 lines

I need to cross check if the material code (taken from sheet1) are still available in sheet2, and if they are, copy the current price back to sheet1. The current price needs to be pasted back into sheet1 (next to the existing price). If the material code doesn't exist (for whatever reason, in sheet2), the program needs to move onto the next line and leave the current price for that material code blank. The program should finish once all the lines in sheet1 are completed. I have attached a sample of what I'm trying to do,

I have have a large array of prices (across rows) and am looking for the closest price to match a price that I have been provided with. It's a basic benchmarking exercise on a row by row basis....and the price can be positive or negative. Is there a clean way to reference the closest price?

I have come across a fair amount of solutions, but none worked optimally - particularly the =INDEX(Data,MATCH(MIN(ABS(Data-Target)),ABS(Data-Target),0)) approach....it just didn't work for some lines, and only worked for values less than source price in other instances.

I would also like to reference the source on the next column.

to formulate Excel formulas to obtain the average buy price and average sell price for me to do this futures trading. Thanks a lot. I downloaded the Htmlmaker to post the spreadsheet here to show the manual way to calcualte the average buy price and average sell price but when it is on html form, i clicked on the 'Please click this button to send the source into clipboard' button & then i paste into this thread. Is the way to make my spreadsheet appear here correct cause it cannot work.

I have a unit price and a quantity. I want to be able to take the sum of the extended price without having to add a column for extended price. I don't want to just hide it, either.

I have a sheet that i use for doing quotes for sound systems. i have a qty and price column that i input and then a column which gives me the overall total. ie qty 2 x unit amount 160.00 = 320.00 i also have a discount column that i use and a column that gives them the final price after discounts. so i will put 22% into my discount column and get 249.60 as my final price for the 2 items after the discount.

what i am wanting to do is "round up or down to the nearest 5.00 mark. so for instance, the final price in this case would be 250.00 is this possible?

I have a worksheet (Sheet1) that gets information from other sheets (1)

So in cell D7 I have the function ='1'!K33

K33 is from the Sheet labeled (1) obviously. Now the problem I am having is if the number 20.6, it automatically rounds up to 21. I need to number to round down to 20 regardless if its 20.1, or 20.9.

Since I already have a formula in D7, how do I still get the information from the other sheet but have the number round down for me. Is it possible?

Cell "CostPerEvent" has the value .298896, and when I run the following statement I expect that A2 will contain the same value .298896, yet it is entered into the cell as .3

Cells(1, 2).Value = Range("CostPerEvent").Value Is there some kind of implicit rounding going on? I rewrote the code to:

Cells(1, 2).Value = CDbl(Range("CostPerEvent").Value) But I am curious whether this behavior is documented...

I have written a macro which includes a number of calculations. This has resulted in a value with a number of decimal places. I want this value rounded to 1 decimal place and this value written to a cell. How can i round this value correctly.

I have been trying for ages to get a formula where any number prefixing .5 automatically rounds up and not down as the excel standard does.

16.4999999 does show with no decimal places as 16. 16.5 does show with no decimal place as 16. But I want it to round up to 17. and obviously 16.50000001 does indeed round to 17 anyway.

Its purley numbers that have .5 I need to go up and not down.

In one cell i have £92.00 to 2 decimal places. If i increase that to 4 decimal places it is £91.9998. I need this £92.00 to show as £91.99 (only as 2 decimal places not 4)but when i go back to 2 decimal places it shows as £92.00 again.

looking for for some help on a fairly simple problem: i've attached a worksheet, and in column B (Due to Supply Chain) i'd like to insert a formula that will subtract 21 days from the date in column Z (Pub Date), and then round that date to the nearest wednesday. is this possible?

fyi: the dates in column Z are in a yyyy-mm-dd format; they don't have to remain that way.

I need a formula showing that if a number is less than say 1.25 then it rounds down to 1.0 and if its between 1.25 and 1.75 then it rounds to 1.5 and then if greater than 1.75 then it rounds up to 2. I need it to work for all numbers not just 1.

I am trying to write a formula that will round numbers to $.05, $1, $5, and $10. The formula needs to be written in a way that If c75 <100 round to $.05, if c75 is greater than $101 but less than $500, round to $1, if c75 is greater than $501 but less than $1,000, round to $5, and if c75 is greater than $1,001, round to $10.

=IF(C75<100,ROUND(C75*20,0)/20)

but i can't quite figure out how to get the rest of it to work.

numbers in one column need to be rounded to the nearest half decimal, with next conditions(ill took number 704,00 for example): - if last two decimals are < 0,25 then my number has to be 704.00 - if last two decimals are >0,25<0,75 then my number has to be 704.50 - and finally if last two decimals are >0,75 then my number has to be 705.00

I tried with IF, CEILING, INT and ROUND functions but i didn't made it work with three options, that i need. I only made it work if i use only two options.

I have a spreadsheet which has a daily schedule. It goes from 8am to 9pm in 15 minute slots.

I am looking to do a Time Bar. Using Conditional Formatting I was wanting to know if the time now can be rounded up or down in any way

Example, As I write this the time is 15:37 I have this in a cell F4

In row8 Cells C to BC I have the time in 15min slots like 08:00 08:15 08:30 and so on. What I was thinking was could I round the time from 15:37 down to 15:30 so I can use a Conditional Format to trak the time in my schedule?

I have a set of data that is meant to distribute a certain number of items to different groups.

I have 10 groups, some will get more than others depending on previous usage. The problem is that I need the percentages to be in whole numbers and the total percentage needs to be 100%. I tried rounding but it doesn't work. Here is an example from one item's line.