# IMLOG10

Formulas / IMLOG10
Calculate the complex common logarithm of a number.
`IMLOG10(number)`
• inumber - required, a complex number used to calculate the common logarithm

## Examples

• `IMLOG10("3+4i")`

The function returns the logarithm (base 10) of a complex number, and will return the logarithm (base 10) for 3+4i, which is 0.4771212547196624.

• `IMLOG10("3+4j")`

The function can also be used to return the logarithm (base 10) of a complex number such as 3+4j. In this case, the formula would return the logarithm (base 10) for 3+4j, which is 0.4771212547196624.

## Summary

The IMLOG10 function is used to calculate the common logarithm of a complex number. It requires a complex number as an input.

• The IMLOG10 function returns the common logarithm of a complex number, given a complex number as its argument.

What is the IMLOG10 function?
The IMLOG10 function is a mathematical function that calculates the common logarithm of a complex number. The complex number is written in text format as x + yi or x + yj.
What does the IMLOG10 function do?
The IMLOG10 function returns a complex number that is the logarithm of a complex number.
What is the syntax of the IMLOG10 function?
The syntax of the IMLOG10 function is: IMLOG10(complex_number). The complex number is written in text format as x + yi or x + yj.
What is the purpose of the IMLOG10 function?
The IMLOG10 function is useful for calculating the logarithm of a complex number. 