I've seen a few times such a structure of a sentence. For example:

Analyzing the contribution margin helps managers make several types of decisions, from whether to add or subtract a product line to how to price a product or service to how to structure sales commissions.

Is it grammatical?


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Yes. This is one type of structure for listing a few examples of something. "Students are considering many factors in choosing a university, from the price of tuition to the size of the dorm rooms to the reputation of the professors."

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