ISODD is a function in Google Sheets that returns the ISO 8601 ordinal day of the week for a given date. This function can be used to calculate the day of the week for a given date, or to compare two dates to see which day is earlier. The ISODD function can be used in a number of different ways, depending on the needs of the user. For example, the function can be used in a formula to calculate the number of days between two dates. The ISODD function can also be used in a conditional formatting rule to highlight days of the week that are different from the day of the week that is currently being highlighted.
In Google Sheets, the syntax of ISODD is as follows:
This function will return TRUE if all the values in the given range are odd, and FALSE if there is at least one even value.
There are many ways to use the ISODD function in Google Sheets. An example of how to use the function would be to find the day of the week for a specific date. To do this, you would enter the following formula in a cell:
This would return the day of the week for the date in cell A2.
There are a few instances in which you should not use ISODD in Google Sheets. If you are working with a list of data that is not in chronological order, you should not use ISODD. Additionally, if you are working with a list of data that is not evenly spaced, you should not use ISODD.
ISODD is a formula used in Google Sheets that calculates the odds of an event occurring. There are a few similar formulae that can be used in Google Sheets to calculate odds. The FORMULATEXT function can be used to calculate the odds of an event occurring. The BINOM.DIST function can also be used to calculate the odds of an event occurring. The BINOM.DIST function is similar to the ISODD function, but it is used to calculate the odds of an event occurring when there are multiple trials.