# IMSUM

Formulas / IMSUM
Calculate the sum of complex numbers.
`IMSUM(inumber1, [inumber2], ...)`
• inumber1 - required, complex number
• inumber2, ... - [OPTIONAL] complex numbers

## Examples

• `=IMSUM("1+2i",3)` returns "4+2i". This function sums the imaginary number 1+2i with the real number 3, resulting in the imaginary number 4+2i.

• `=IMSUM("3+4i","1+2i")` returns "4+6i". This function sums the imaginary numbers 3+4i and 1+2i, resulting in the imaginary number 4+6i.

## Summary

The IMSUM function is used to calculate the sum of two or more complex numbers expressed as x + yi or x + yj. The COMPLEX function can be used to create complex numbers from real and imaginary parts.

• The IMSUM function in Sourcetable can be used to calculate the sum of complex numbers, which must be written in the form x + yi or x + yj.

What is the IMSUM function?
The IMSUM function is a function used to calculate the sum of multiple complex numbers.
What are complex numbers?
Complex numbers are numbers that include two components, a real number and an imaginary number. These numbers are usually denoted by a letter 'i' or 'j' and are usually notated in the form x + yi or x + yj.
What is the format of the complex numbers used in the IMSUM function?
The complex numbers used in the IMSUM function are formatted as text as x + yi or x + yj.
What does the IMSUM function do?
The IMSUM function returns the sum of multiple complex numbers.
What are the arguments used in the IMSUM function?
The arguments used in the IMSUM function are complex numbers.