Order Discounts

MS Excel

Your company just introduced a new pricing policy. In order to further motivate customers to buy your products, your company will give discounts on each order based on the total price of the order.

Your boss needs you to:

  • Use the data in the Discounts worksheet to build a lookup formula that calculates the applicable discount percentage according to each order amount. Add that formula to column D of the Orders worksheet.
  • Write a formula that calculates the final order amount including the discount. Add that formula to column E of the Orders worksheet.

Note: Do not use any array formulas in your work.

Your task is to download the file ‘OrderDiscounts-RawData.xlsx’ file and execute all parts of this request. When you have completed your work, save it in .xlsx format, then upload that file for evaluation.

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File validation OK, but 4 out of 4 test cases failed.
Discount for Order 1: Wrong answer
Discount for All Orders: Wrong answer
Order Amount with Discount for Order 1: Wrong answer
Order Amount with Discount for All Orders: Wrong answer


  • AI-resistant
  • MS Excel
  • Formulas and Functions
  • Tiered Reference
  • Public
  • Hard


Difficulty: Hard

Duration: 15 min

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