# IMEXP

Formulas / IMEXP
Calculate the exponential of a complex number.
`IMEXP(number)`
• number - required, a complex number

## Examples

• `=IMEXP(2)`

The function can be used to calculate the exponential of a number. For example, this formula returns the exponential of 2.

• `IMEXP("1-2i")`

The function can also be used to calculate the exponential of a complex number. For example, this formula returns the exponential of 1-2i.

• `IMEXP(A3)`

The function can also be used to calculate the exponential of a value in a cell, and returns the exponential of the value in A3.

• `IMEXP(COMPLEX(1,-1))`

The function can also be used in combination with the other functions to calculate the exponential of complex numbers, and returns the complex number 1-i.

## Summary

The IMEXP function is a mathematical calculation used to find the exponential of a complex number, which should be formatted as x + yi or x + yj.

• The IMEXP function returns the exponential of a complex number.
• It takes a complex number as input, formatted as x + yi or x + yj.

What is the IMEXP Function?
The IMEXP function is a mathematical operation that calculates the exponential of a complex number.
What is a Complex Number?
A complex number is an expression that combines real and imaginary numbers. It is usually written in the form of x + yi or x + yj.
How Do I Use the IMEXP Function?
To use the IMEXP function, you need to provide it with a complex number as input. The complex number should be formatted as x + yi or x + yj. The IMEXP function will then calculate the exponential of this complex number.
What Are Some Examples of Using the IMEXP Function?
• If you had an expression of 3 + 4i, you could use the IMEXP function to calculate the exponential of this complex number.
• If you had an expression of -2 + 5j, you could use the IMEXP function to calculate the exponential of this complex number. 