Enter the height, species multiplier, age, and distance into the calculator to determine the total price of the tree.

## Tree Price Formula

The following formula is used to calculate the price of a tree.

TP = (H * S * A) / D

Variables:

- TP is the total price of the tree
- H is the height of the tree in feet
- S is the species multiplier (different species may have different values)
- A is the age of the tree in years
- D is the distance from the nursery in miles

To calculate the tree price, multiply the height of the tree by the species multiplier, then multiply the result by the age of the tree. Divide the result by the distance from the nursery. The quotient is the total price of the tree.

## How to Calculate Tree Price?

The following steps outline how to calculate the Tree Price using the given formula:

- First, determine the height of the tree in feet (H).
- Next, determine the species multiplier (S).
- Next, determine the age of the tree in years (A).
- Finally, determine the distance from the nursery in miles (D).
- Insert the values of H, S, A, and D into the formula: TP = (H * S * A) / D.
- Calculate the Tree Price using the formula.

**Example Problem:**

Use the following variables as an example problem to test your knowledge:

Height of the tree (H) = 10 feet

Species multiplier (S) = 1.5

Age of the tree (A) = 5 years

Distance from the nursery (D) = 2 miles