Return the complex conjugate of a complex number.

`IMCONJUGATE(inumber)`

- inumber - Required complex number

`=IMCONJUGATE("3+4i")`

The IMCONJUGATE function is used to calculate the conjugate of a complex number. For example, if the complex number is 3+4i, the conjugate of the complex number is 3-4i. The function call will return 3-4i.

`IMSUB("4+5i",IMCONJUGATE("4-5i"))`

The IMCONJUGATE function can also be used with other functions in Sourcetable. For example, if you want to find the difference between a conjugate and a complex number, you can use the IMCONJUGATE function in combination with the IMSUB function. For example, if the complex number is 4+5i and the conjugate is 4-5i, the difference between the two can be calculated using the following function call . This will return 0.

The IMCONJUGATE function returns the complex conjugate of a complex number, which is the number multiplied by itself. It takes one required argument, the complex number to conjugate, and returns a complex number. For example, the complex conjugate of 3+4i is 3-4i.

- The IMCONJUGATE function syntax is IMCONJUGATE(number), where number is a complex number.
- The complex conjugate of a complex number is the complex number multiplied by its real part plus its imaginary part.

The IMCONJUGATE function is a function in Sourcetable that returns the complex conjugate of a complex number.

The complex conjugate of a complex number is the complex number with its real and imaginary coefficients swapped.

The syntax for the IMCONJUGATE function is IMCONJUGATE(number).

The inumber argument is a complex number that is required for the IMCONJUGATE function.

IMCONJUGATE calculates the complex conjugate using real and imaginary coefficients as inputs. It takes the imaginary coefficient and multiplies it by -1 to return the conjugate.