|If I put .81 in D38 and $11,660,364 in D25 (or vice versa) I get $9,444,894.84 when using =D38*D25|
My guess is that your .81 isn't really .81.
In order to get $9,484,923 Excel's Solver utility says the multiplier must be .81343284.
If I display that cell with only 2 decimal places, it will look like .81 but if it is the result of a formula, Excel will use the exact value, not the displayed value.
How you "correct it" depends on how accurate you want the final result to be.
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