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Formula to calculate the betting amount

example
odds 1.10 in order for the user to get $10 profit the calc bet would be $100
pay out would be $110 therefore $10 profit

can anyone help with the formula

betcalc.xlsx
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=D2/(A2-1)

Or

BetAmt = Profit / (Odds-1)
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Perfect just couldn't get my head around it
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