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How To Use COT() Function in Google Sheets


Cotangent of an angle provided in radians.

Common questions about the COT formula include:
- What is the COT formula?
- What does the COT formula do?
- How is the COT formula used?

The COT formula is used to calculate the cosine of a given angle.

The COT formula can be used appropriately through entering the formula into a given cell and inputting the angle value desired.

The COT formula can be commonly mistyped as COS instead of COT.
Common ways the COT formula is used inappropriately include using the formula in a format different than what is specified or entering incorrect values in the angle cell.

Common pitfalls when using the COT formula include entering incorrect values, not double-checking the calculations for accuracy, and forgetting to include the parentheses around the angle value.

Common mistakes when using the COT formula include typos, incorrect variable types, and incorrect argument order.

Common misconceptions people might have with the COT Formula are that the COT formula is the same as the COS formula or incorrect assumptions about what the COT formula can calculate.

How To Actually Use COT() in Sheets


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