Divide complex numbers.

`IMDIV(inumber1, inumber2)`

- inumber1 - required, complex numerator or dividend
- inumber2 - required, complex denominator or divisor

`=IMDIV("2+2i", "2+i")`

The IMDIV function can be used to divide two complex numbers. For example, 2+2i by 2+i, and this returns the complex number 2+2i.

`=IMDIV( COMPLEX( 5, 2 ), COMPLEX( 0, 1 ) )`

The IMDIV function can also be used with the COMPLEX function. For example, 5+2i by 2+1i, and this returns the complex number 5+2i divided by 2+1i.

The IMDIV function is used to calculate the quotient of two complex numbers. It takes two complex numbers as arguments and divides one by the other.

- The IMDIV function is used to divide complex numbers.
- IMDIV uses an imaginary number as the divisor.

The IMDIV function is a function used to calculate the quotient of two complex numbers. The syntax for the function is **IMDIV(number1, number2)**.

The IMDIV function requires two arguments:

**number1**: This is the complex numerator or dividend.**number2**: This is the complex denominator or divisor.

The IMDIV function returns a complex number in text format.