How to use IMARGUMENT Function in Excel

The Excel IMARGUMENT function returns the argument θ, (an angle expressed in radians), of a supplied complex number.

θ is the angle that satisfies the following equation: IMARGUMENT Function in Excel - How to use IMARGUMENT Function in Excel

Syntax: IMARGUMENT( inumber )

The IMARGUMENT function syntax has the following arguments:

  • Inumber    Required. A complex number for which you want the argument θ

Example: Let’s look at some Excel IMARGUMENT function examples and explore how to use the IMARGUMENT function as a worksheet function in Microsoft Excel:

IMARGUMENT Function 1 - How to use IMARGUMENT Function in Excel

Syntax:  =IMARGUMENT(A2)

Result:

IMARGUMENT Function - How to use IMARGUMENT Function in Excel

Based on the Excel spreadsheet above, the following IMARGUMENT examples would return:

Syntax: =IMARGUMENT(A3)
Result: -0.463647609

Syntax: =IMARGUMENT(A4)
Result: 0

Syntax: =IMARGUMENT(A5)
Result: 1.570796327

Syntax: =IMARGUMENT(A6)
Result: 0.463647609

Syntax: =IMARGUMENT(A7)
Result: -1.570796327

Syntax: =IMARGUMENT(A8)
Result: -1.165904541

Syntax: =IMARGUMENT(A9)
Result: 0.927295218

Syntax: =IMARGUMENT(A10)
Result: -0.643501109

Syntax: =IMARGUMENT(A11)
Result: -1.176005207

Syntax: =IMARGUMENT(A12)
Result: -0.291456794

Syntax: =IMARGUMENT(A13)
Result: 0.927295218

Note:

  • Use COMPLEX to convert real and imaginary coefficients into a complex number.
  • IMARGUMENT is calculated as follows: IMARGUMENT Function in Excel 1 - How to use IMARGUMENT Function in Excelwhere: IMARGUMENT Function in Excel 2 - How to use IMARGUMENT Function in Exceland z = x + yi

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