BESSELY

Formulas / BESSELY
Calculate the Bessel function.
BESSELY(X, N)
  • x - the value to evaluate the function on
  • n - a numeric value

Examples

  • =BESSELY(2.6, 1)

    The BESSELY function returns the Bessel function at a given point. This can be represented in the Sourcetable formula above where x is the given point and n is the numeric value which would result in the integer 0.1883635

Summary

The BESSELY function calculates a Bessel function, also known as the Weber function or the Neumann function. It will return an error value if x or n is not numeric and a #NUM! error if n is negative.

  • The Bessel function, also known as the Weber function or Neumann function, is used to calculate a Bessel function of a variable.
  • The Bessel function returns a #VALUE! error if either argument is not a number.
  • The Bessel function throws the #NUM! error if n is negative.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the BESSELY function?
The BESSELY function is a mathematical equation used to calculate the Bessel function of a variable. It is also known as the Weber function or the Neumann function.
What type of errors will BESSELY throw?
BESSELY will throw the following errors:
  • #VALUE! error if the x argument is not a number
  • #VALUE! error if the n argument is not a number
  • #NUM! error if the n argument is negative

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