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Google Sheets

There are a few different ways to use PRICE in Google Sheets. The first way is to use the function to calculate the price of a product based on the number of units that are being sold. The second way is to use the function to calculate the price of a product based on the number of units that are being sold and the cost per unit. The third way is to use the function to calculate the discounted price of a product.

The syntax of PRICE in Google Sheets is as follows:

=PRICE(cost, markup)

The PRICE function calculates the price of an item based on the cost and markup. The cost is the initial price of the item, and the markup is the percentage increase in price.

One way to use PRICE in Google Sheets is to calculate the price per unit of a product. For example, if you have the cost of a product and the number of units you plan to sell, you can use the PRICE function to calculate the profit you will make on each sale. Another way to use PRICE is to calculate the cost of a product based on the quantity you need. For example, if you know the cost of a product per unit, you can use the PRICE function to calculate the total cost of the product if you need a certain number of units.

There are a few instances where you should not use the PRICE function in Google Sheets. One instance is when you are trying to calculate the price of a product that has not been released yet. Another instance is when you are trying to calculate the price of a product that is not for sale.

The following are some similar formulae to PRICE in Google Sheets:

=B3*C3 =B3/C3 =B3-C3 =C3

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