Description Indirect function extracts the value of the referenced cell. Syntax INDIRECT(ref_text, [a1]) ref_text: cell address such as A1 or R1C1 format [a1]: if blank then assumes TRUE(), using standard cell reference. If FALSE() then assumes R1C1 format Examples Below are few examples how to use INDIRECT. Note that cell references have to be written…

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## Excel Function – ADDRESS()

Description To calculate the address of a cell in an worksheet. You can use this function to refer cells in other worksheets as well. Syntax ADDRESS(row_num, column_num, [abs_num], [a1], [sheet_text]) row_num: specifies the row number col_num: specifies the column number [abs_num]: optional, which row or column to be fixed (absolute) with $ or relative [a1]:…

## Excel Function – ACOTH()

Description To calculate the hyperbolic arctangent of a hyperbolic cotangent(number). The Hyperbolic Arctangent is an inverse of a hyperbolic cotangent is a number greater or equal to 1. Syntax ACOTH(number) Examples The results are as follows: References How to calculate Arctangent or ACOT(). If you want to see details what Hyperbolic Tangent is, check here.

## Excel Function – ACOT()

Description To calculate the inverse of a Cotangent or Arctangent. The result is in radians number from 0 to pi (3.14) Syntax ACOT(number) Examples The results are as follows: The DEGREES() function is the same as 180/PI(), which basically tells us Arctangent in Degrees References Similar function ACOS calculates Arccosine or inverse cosine.

## Excel Function – ACOSH

Description To calculate the hyperbolic arccosine of a hyperbolic cosine (number). The Hyperbolic Arccosine is an inverse of a hyperbolic cosine is a number greater or equal to 1. Syntax ACOSH(number) Examples The results are as follows: References How to calculate Arccosine.

## Excel Function – ACOS()

Description To calculate the arccosine of a cosine (number). The Arccosine is an inverse of a cosine ranging from 0 to pi (3.14). Syntax ACOS(number) Examples The results are as follows: The DEGREES() function is the same as 180/PI(), which basically tells us Arccosine in Degrees References Want to see ACOS() in action? Check out…

## Excel Function – ACCRINTM()

Description To calculate the accrued interest for a stock/bond or other security that pays interest at maturity Syntax ACCRINTM(issue, settlement, rate, par, [basis]) Issue: when the security was issues. Date is in entered as DATE() function or a sequential serial number ex: 8/29/2001 is 44437 Settlement: maturity date rate: annual coupon rate par: par value…

## Excel Function – ACCRINT()

Description To calculate the accrued interest for a stock/bond or other security with periodic interest Syntax ACCRINT(issue, first_interest, settlement, rate, par, frequency, [basis], [calc_method]) Issue: when the security was issues. Date is in entered as DATE() function or a sequential serial number ex: 8/29/2001 is 44437 First_interest: when first interest is due Settlement: when the…

## Excel Function – AGGREGATE()

Excel Aggregate Function – This is a very useful function that actually combines 19 subfunctions that can be activated by choice.

## Excel Function – ABS()

Description Provides absolute number of any positive or negative number. The results is always a positive number. An absolute number means simple a number without a negative sign, so its always positive. Syntax ABS(number) Examples