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Google Sheets

IMCSCH is used to calculate the inverse matrix of a square matrix. In Google Sheets, you can use the =IMCSCH(matrix) function to calculate the inverse of a matrix.

IMCSCH is the syntax for the inverse matrix cosine hyperbolic function in Google Sheets. This function takes a single argument, the matrix A, and returns the matrix B such that B = cos(A).

The IMCSCH function in Google Sheets calculates the inverse matrix of a given matrix. The syntax for using the function is: =IMCSCH(matrix) where "matrix" is the array of numbers that you want to inverse.

For example, if you want to inverse the matrix [1, 2, 3; 4, 5, 6] you would use the following formula: =IMCSCH([1, 2, 3; 4, 5, 6]) which would return the matrix [1, 4; 2, 5; 3, 6].

IMCSCH is not always appropriate for use in Google Sheets. For example, you should not use it when you want to calculate the sum of a series of numbers. In this case, you would want to use the SUM function.

There are a few similar formulae to IMCSCH in Google Sheets. One is the INVERSE hyperbolic sine function, which is written as HYPERBINV(x,a). This function takes a single argument, x, and calculates the inverse hyperbolic sine of that argument. Another similar function is the hyperbolic cosine function, which is written as HYPERB(x,a). This function takes a single argument, x, and calculates the hyperbolic cosine of that argument. Finally, the hyperbolic tangent function is written as HYPERB(x,a). This function takes a single argument, x, and calculates the hyperbolic tangent of that argument.

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