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ATANH: Excel Formulae Explained

How do you use ATANH in Excel?

The ATANH function returns the arctangent of the hyperbolic sine of a number. The function can be used in Excel to calculate angles in radians or degrees. The syntax for the function is:

=ATANH(number)

The number argument is the value for which you want to calculate the arctangent of the hyperbolic sine.

What is the syntax of ATANH in Excel?

The syntax of the Excel ATANH function is ATANH(number), where "number" is the real number for which you want the inverse hyperbolic tangent.

What is an example of how to use ATANH in Excel?

The inverse hyperbolic tangent function is ATANH(x). This function can be used in Excel to calculate the angle of a hyperbolic tangent. The syntax for the function is ATANH(x), where x is the value for which you want to calculate the angle. The function will return the angle in radians.

When should you not use ATANH in Excel?

When should you not use ATANH in Excel?

There are a few instances where you should not use the ATANH function in Excel. First, the function should not be used with negative input values. Second, the function should not be used with non-numeric input values. Finally, the function should not be used with text input values.

What are some similar formulae to ATANH in Excel?

The Excel formulae for the inverse hyperbolic tangent are ATANH(x), ATHAN(x), and ATAN(x). These formulae are all interchangeable and will return the same result.

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