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How Can I Create Multiple Calculations using Multiple Fields?Asked by theorganicninja on March 01, 2015 at 07:45 PM
How can I use the calculation widget to create the following effect on my form:
Product Field: <customer inputs number of products desired, ex. "4">
Product Cost Field: <populates/displays cost of item given above quantity, ex. 4 x $20, displays "$80">
Total Cost Calculation: <displays all calculations from all Product Cost Fields, ex. "$10000000">
Thank you for your help and patience! I'm still finding my way through Jotform.
~Lost in Calculation
Create a form as follows :
where Product A and Product B are the two products.Product A cost ,Product B cost and Total Product Cost are the three form calculation widgets used .
After inserting form calculation widget in your form , calculation wizard will open . Add the fields as follow :
Similarly, do it for Product B.
After getting product costs for both products, for getting the total quantity of both products , we need to add the individual product costs to get the final outcome.
You could also check the following guides.
To perform basic calculation, you can check this guide:
If you are creating an order form and you would like to pass the final calculation to your payment wizard, you can follow this guide:
If you have a check box or radio button fields and you would like to assign value for each option, that is possible using this guide:
If you would like to use the Conditions Function and insert mathematical calculation here is a guide for that:
I hope that helps. Do let us know if you need more clarification on this.