Raise a complex number to a given power.

`=IMPOWER(inumber, number)`

- inumber - required, complex number
- number - required, power to raise the complex number to

`=IMPOWER("2+3i", 3)`

The function can be used to raise a complex number to a power. For example, returns -46, whithisch is 2+3i (raised to the power of 3).

`=IMPOWER(-2, 4)`

The function can also be used to raise a negative number to a power. For example, this returns 16, which is -2 raised to the power of 4.

`=IMPOWER(-2, -3)`

The function can also be used to raise a negative number with a negative exponent to a power. For example, this formula returns -0.125, which is -2 raised to the power of -3.

The IMPOWER function is used to raise a complex number to a power, returning the result in text format x + yi or x + yj. Both the inumber and number arguments are required, and must be complex numbers.

- The IMPOWER function returns a complex number in the form x + yi or x + yj.
- The COMPLEX function creates a complex number from real and imaginary parts that can be supplied as arguments to the IMPOWER function.

The IMPOWER function is a function which returns a complex number after it has been raised to a power. The complex number is formatted as either x + yi or x + yj.

The two arguments required for this function are the inumber and number arguments. Both these arguments must be complex numbers to be raised to a power.

The output of the IMPOWER function is a complex number which has been raised to a power.

The output is formatted as either x + yi or x + yj.

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