# IMPRODUCT

The `IMPRODUCT` function in Google Sheets returns the product of multiple complex numbers. It takes in one or more complex numbers as input arguments and calculates their product. Complex numbers must be entered in the format a+bi, where a is the real part and b is the imaginary part. This function is commonly used in engineering and scientific applications.

## Usage

Use the `IMPRODUCT` formula with the syntax shown below, it has 1 required parameter and 1 optional parameter:

Parameters:
1. factor1 (required):
The first complex number or range of complex numbers to be multiplied.
2. factor2, ... (optional):
Optional. Additional complex numbers or ranges of complex numbers to be multiplied.

## Examples

Here are a few example use cases that explain how to use the `IMPRODUCT` formula in Google Sheets.

### Multiplying two complex numbers

To multiply two complex numbers, simply enter them as the arguments to the `IMPRODUCT` function.

### Multiplying a range of complex numbers

To multiply a range of complex numbers, enter the range as the argument to the `IMPRODUCT` function.

### Calculating impedance

In electrical engineering, the `IMPRODUCT` function can be used to calculate the impedance of a circuit. The complex numbers represent the resistance and reactance of the circuit components.

## Common Mistakes

`IMPRODUCT` not working? Here are some common mistakes people make when using the `IMPRODUCT` Google Sheets Formula:

### Incorrect number of arguments

One of the most common mistakes is providing an incorrect number of arguments to the IMPRODUCT formula. Make sure you specify at least one factor and separate multiple factors with commas.

### Invalid data type

IMPRODUCT only works with numerical values. If you provide a non-numerical value as an argument, the formula will return an error. Double-check that all of your arguments are numerical values.

### Using a range reference

IMPRODUCT doesn't work with range references. If you need to calculate the product of a range of cells, you can use the PRODUCT formula instead.

### Forgetting to close parentheses

Make sure you close all of the parentheses in your formula. Forgetting to close a parentheses can cause the formula to return an error.

### Using a blank cell reference

If one of the arguments for IMPRODUCT is a blank cell, the formula will return 0. Make sure you're not accidentally referencing a blank cell in your formula.

The following functions are similar to `IMPRODUCT` or are often used with it in a formula:

• `IMSUM`

The `IMSUM` function returns the sum of complex numbers. It can take up to 255 complex number arguments. It is commonly used in engineering and scientific applications where complex numbers are used.

• `IMABS`

The `IMABS` function returns the absolute value (modulus) of a complex number. This is useful when working with complex numbers in engineering or scientific calculations.

• `IMARGUMENT`

The `IMARGUMENT` function returns the argument corresponding to the given number in a complex number in rectangular form.

You can learn more about the `IMPRODUCT` Google Sheets function on Google Support.