Return the gamma function value.

`=GAMMA(number)`

- x - required, the value at which the distribution is evaluated
- alpha - required, a parameter to the distribution
- beta - required, a parameter to the distribution
- cumulative - required, indicates whether the distribution is cumulative or not

The gamma function is used to calculate the gamma value of a real number. The Sourcetable function `GAMMA(2.5)`

returns the gamma value of 2.5, which is 1.329.

The Sourcetable function `GAMMA(-3.75)`

returns the gamma value of -3.75, which is 0.268.

The Sourcetable function `GAMMA(-2)`

returns 0 because a negative integer is not a valid argument for the gamma function.

The GAMMA function is a mathematical tool used to calculate the gamma function value of a given number.

- The GAMMA function returns the gamma function value, which is calculated using the equation Ð“(N+1) = N * Ð“(N).

The GAMMA.DIST function is used to calculate the gamma distribution. It is used to study variables with a skewed distribution.

The GAMMA.DIST function helps to study variables with a skewed distribution.

- It provides accurate results for variables with a skewed distribution.
- It can be used to study and analyze complex data sets.
- It is easy to use and can be applied to a variety of applications.