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IMPRODUCT: Excel Formulae Explained

How do you use IMPRODUCT in Excel?

The IMPRODUCT function in Excel is used to multiply the values in two arrays or ranges of cells. The function can be used to multiply cells that contain numbers, text, or a combination of numbers and text. The function can also be used to multiply cells that contain dates or times.

What is the syntax of IMPRODUCT in Excel?

The syntax for IMPRODUCT in Excel is as follows:

IMPRODUCT(number1, number2)

This function multiplies number1 and number2 and returns the result.

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

The IMPRODUCT function in Excel is used to calculate the product of two numbers. It can be used to calculate the product of a number and a percentage, or the product of two percentages. To use the IMPRODUCT function in Excel, enter the function into the cell where you want the result to appear. In the function, enter the first number in the parentheses, and then enter the second number in the parentheses. To calculate the product of a number and a percentage, enter the number in the parentheses, and then enter the percentage in the parentheses. To calculate the product of two percentages, enter the first percentage in the parentheses, and then enter the second percentage in the parentheses.

When should you not use IMPRODUCT in Excel?

IMPRODUCT should not be used in Excel when you are trying to calculate the product of two numbers. Excel will automatically calculate the product of two numbers when you use the * symbol.

What are some similar formulae to IMPRODUCT in Excel?

One similar formula to IMPRODUCT in Excel is PRODUCT. This formula multiplies all the values in a range of cells. Another similar formula is SUMPRODUCT. This formula multiplies the values in a range of cells and then sums the results.

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