I'm trying to work on an e-commerce inventory system. My problem is I have a formula with an if statement that refuses to go to a number format. I need that format so that this can transition another formula I have.

I have four number fields and a select field. Three of the number fields indicate a price structure, and the fourth field indicates an inventory count number. The select field only picks from the three pricing structures.

`if(prop("Price Basing") =="Retail",prop("Retail Price"),(if(prop("Price Basing") == "Agency",prop("Agency Price"), if(prop("Price Basing") == "Wholesale", prop("Wholesale Price"),0))))`

The formula is a series of if statements for each possible selection of pricing structures, but after the formula saves, it still comes out as a string. It needs to be a number so that an output will come out for this next formula.

`if(prop("Order Price") == "0", "N/A", prop("Order Price") * abs(prop("Count")))`

The problem is even if I plainly multiply prop("Order Price") with abs(prop("Count"), the field ends up blank. This to me looks like the formula not being accepted as a number format that is messing with this. Is there anything I can do here?