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Google Sheets

The IMPRODUCT function in Google Sheets calculates the product of two numbers. This function is useful for calculating the total value of a set of products, or for multiplying a number by a percentage. To use the IMPRODUCT function in Google Sheets, enter the following into a cell: =IMPRODUCT(A1,B1)

The syntax of IMPRODUCT in Google Sheets is as follows:

IMPRODUCT(A,B)

This function multiplies the two numbers A and B and returns the result.

The IMPRODUCT function in Google Sheets can be used to calculate the product of two or more numbers. For example, the following formula calculates the product of the numbers in the cells A1 and A2:

=IMPRODUCT(A1,A2)

This function can also be used to calculate the product of a number and a percentage. For example, the following formula calculates the product of the number in the cell A1 and the percentage in the cell A2:

=IMPRODUCT(A1,A2)

IMPRODUCT should not be used in Google Sheets when you are trying to calculate the product of two numbers. This function will return the product of the first two numbers in the list, rather than the product of the numbers you specify.

There are many similar formulae to IMPRODUCT in Google Sheets. Some of these include PRODUCT, SUMPRODUCT, and COUNTIF. Each of these formulae performs a different calculation, but they all result in a numerical value.

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