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Home with Covid, formula I want is at work. Not remembering how to get there.

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It would be 1000(x-2.5)/(1.1)

You get there by assuming there's a linear relationship between the bonus and the performance rating.   If we call those y and x and if you know two points (x,y)=(a,b) and (c,d)  then the formula for the linear relationship is

y = ((d-b)/(c-a))(x-a) + b

In your case you have two points:  (a,b)=(2.5,0) and (c,d)=(3.6,1000) so your equation is

y = ((1000-0)/(3.6-2.5))(x-2.5) + 0 = 1000(x-2.5)/(1.1)

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