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The Gamma.Inv() function in Google Sheets calculates the inverse of the gamma function. This function is used to calculate the probability density function or cumulative distribution function for a gamma distribution. The Gamma.Inv() function takes two arguments: the first argument is the gamma function, and the second argument is the alpha parameter.

The syntax of GAMMA.INV in Google Sheets is as follows: GAMMA.INV(x,alpha) where "x" is the value at which you want to calculate the inverse Gamma function and "alpha" is the shape parameter.

To use GAMMA.INV in Google Sheets, you would first enter the function into a cell, and then specify the parameters that the function requires. In this case, you would need to enter the lower and upper bounds of the desired interval, and the probability that you want to calculate the inverse of. After you have entered all of the necessary information, hit enter, and the function will return the inverse of the desired probability within the given interval. An example of how to use this function in a practical setting would be to find the probability that a given event will occur less than or equal to a certain value. For instance, you might want to know what the probability is that a person will earn less than or equal to $50,000 in a given year. To do this, you would first enter the function into a cell, and then specify the parameters that the function requires. In this case, you would need to enter the lower and upper bounds of the desired interval, and the probability that you want to calculate the inverse of. After you have entered all of the necessary information, hit enter, and the function will return the inverse of the desired probability within the given interval.

There are a few occasions when you should not use GAMMA.INV in Google Sheets. First, the function is not compatible with Macs. Second, it is not compatible with earlier versions of Google Sheets. Finally, the function is not compatible with some spreadsheet programs.

There are a few similar formulae to GAMMA.INV in Google Sheets. One is GAMMA.DIST, which calculates the cumulative distribution function of the gamma distribution. Another is GAMMA.PDF, which calculates the probability density function of the gamma distribution. Finally, there is GAMMA.CDF, which calculates the cumulative distribution function of the gamma distribution.

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