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I am trying to create a formula based on # XXXXX hours per week

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I am trying to create a formula based on # XXXXX hours per week worked and personal time off earned for a year. For example a 37.5 hour work week gets 17 hours personal time off for entire year. However, I have figure out the number of hours for a 30 hours, 27 hours, 25 hours, and 20 hours would recieve. Anybody have any suggestions to this.

yegarboy :

This should help get you started :)

yegarboy :

Work WeekYearly HoursHours Per Week EarnedPersonal Hours Earned
yegarboy :

I arrived at this thru a percentage of 45% (45.3) to be exact.

yegarboy :

Please let me know if I can assist you further. Please dont Rate my answer until you are happy :)


I hate to be obtuse; however, I am still not sure how you arrived at your answer. Can you give me the exact formula you used.

yegarboy :

I can do better than that :). Here is my Workbook with a table showing how i got my answers.


Seeing it in the spreadsheet helps greatly. I thought I was going to lose my mind figuring this one out. Now that I see it, I feel a little stupid for not getting it sooner.

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