Calculate the real coefficient of a complex number.

`IMREAL(inumber)`

- inumber - a complex number that is required

`=IMREAL("6-9i")`

TheIMREAL> function is used to extract the real part of a complex number. For example the formula above, which will return 6.

`=IMREAL(A1)`

The IMREAL function can also be used with a cell reference. For example, if cell A1 contains a complex number, the formula will return 3.

`=IMREAL(A1, A2)`

The IMREAL function can also be used with multiple complex numbers. For example, if cell A1 contains a complex number and cell A2 contains a complex number, the formula will return 2 and 4 respectively.

IMREAL is a function which takes a complex number as input and returns its real part. The complex number must be formatted as x + yi or x + yj.

- The IMREAL function takes a complex number as its argument and returns the real part of that number.
- The complex number is formatted in the syntax of x + yi or x + yj.

The IMREAL function is a mathematical tool used to return the real part of a complex number. It takes a complex number as its argument and returns a complex number that is a real number.

The IMREAL function returns a complex number that is a real number.

No, but the COMPLEX function can be used to convert real and imaginary coefficients into a complex number.

A complex number is a number that consists of a real and an imaginary part. The real part is a number that consists of a coefficient and an exponent, and the imaginary part consists of a coefficient and an imaginary unit.

To use the IMREAL function, you need to pass a complex number as an argument to the function. The function will then return a complex number that is a real number.