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Google Sheets

IMREAL is a handy function that you can use in Google Sheets to create random numbers. To use it, you first need to enter the following formula in the cell where you want the random number to appear:

=IMREAL()

After you have entered the formula, press the Enter key on your keyboard to generate the random number.

IMREAL is a function that takes a real number and returns the imaginary part of that number. In Google Sheets, the syntax for IMREAL is: =IMREAL(number)

IMREAL is a function in Google Sheets that allows you to create complex, multi-line text formulas. An example of how to use IMREAL is shown below:

=IMREAL("This is an example of how to use IMREAL in Google Sheets")

This will return "This is an example of how to use IMREAL in Google Sheets."

There are a few instances when you should not use IMREAL in Google Sheets. First, if you are trying to input text into a cell that already has a value, IMREAL will replace the text with its value. Second, IMREAL will not work if you try to use it in a function or formula. Finally, IMREAL can only be used in cells that are in the same sheet as the one you are using it in.

IMREAL is a formula in Google Sheets that calculates the imaginary part of a complex number. Some similar formulae in Google Sheets include:

IMAGINARY() â€” Returns the imaginary part of a complex number.

IM() â€” Returns the imaginary part of a number.

ABS() â€” Returns the absolute value of a number.

SQRT() â€” Returns the square root of a number.

PI() â€” Returns the value of pi.

LOG() â€” Returns the natural logarithm of a number.

LN() â€” Returns the natural logarithm of a number.

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