Calculate the cosecant of a complex number.

`IMCSC(inumber)`

- inumber - required complex number

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

The IMCSC function in Sourcetable can be used to calculate the cosecant of a complex number. To do this, the complex number needs to be provided as an argument, which will return the cosecant of the complex number 4+3i.

`=IMCSC(A1)`

The IMCSC function can also be used to calculate the cosecant of a complex number that is stored in a cell. For example, if the complex number 4+3i is stored in cell A1, then the formula can be used to return the cosecant of the complex number.

`=IMCSC(COMPLEX(4,3))`

The IMCSC function can also be used to calculate the cosecant of a complex number in terms of its real and imaginary components. For example, if the complex number has real component 4 and imaginary component 3, then the formula can be used to return the cosecant of the complex number.

The IMCSC function is used to calculate the cosecant of a complex number, which should be formatted as x+yi or x+yj.

- The IMCSC function calculates the cosecant of a complex number, taking a complex number as its argument.

The IMCSC function is a mathematical function used to calculate the cosecant of a complex number.

The IMCSC function takes a complex number as its argument. The complex number should be formatted as x+yi or x+yj.

The IMCSC function returns the cosecant of the complex number. If the inumber is a logical value, the function returns #VALUE!.

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