Calculate the cotangent of a complex number.

`IMCOT(inumber)`

- inumber - required argument, complex number to calculate cotangent of

`=IMCOT("4+3i")`

The function in Sourcetable is used to calculate the cotangent of a complex number, and the formula returns the cotangent of 4+3i, which is 0.00677852348993.

`=IMCOT("4+3i")`

The function can also be used to calculate the cotangent of a complex number from the Imaginary and Real components of a complex number, and the formula returns 0.00677852348993.

`=IMCOT("3i")`

The function can also be used to calculate the cotangent of an imaginary number. For example, the formula returns the cotangent of 3i, which is -0.01010368330258.

`=IMCOT("4")`

The function can also be used to calculate the cotangent of a real number. For example, the formula returns the cotangent of 4, which is -1.15782128234958.

IMCOT is a function that takes a complex number in x+yi or x+yj format and returns its cotangent.

- The IMCOT function takes a complex number as its argument. The complex number should be formatted as x+yi or x+yj.
- The result of the IMCOT function is the cotangent of a complex number.

The IMCOT function is a mathematical function used to calculate the cotangent of a complex number. This function takes a complex number as its argument.

The IMCOT function calculates the cotangent of a complex number. The cotangent is the inverse of the tangent and is used to find the angle in a right triangle.

The IMCOT function is used to calculate the cotangent of a complex number. This can be used to find the angle in a right triangle or to solve other mathematical equations.

The IMCOT function takes a complex number as its argument. This complex number can be expressed in the form of a + bi, where a and b are real numbers.

The output of the IMCOT function is the cotangent of the complex number, expressed as a + bi.