**Common questions about the IMAGINARY formula include:**

• What does the IMAGINARY formula do?

• What is the syntax for the IMAGINARY formula?

• How do I use the IMAGINARY formula in Google Sheets?

The IMAGINARY formula can be used to return the imaginary part of a complex number. It is typically used to extract the imaginary part of a complex number stored in a cell, and returns it as a real number.

The IMAGINARY formula can be commonly mistyped as IMAGNARY, IMAGENARY, or IMIGINARY.

Some common ways the IMAGINARY formula is used inappropriately include using it as a general math function, or trying to use it to compute imaginary numbers.

Some common pitfalls when using the IMAGINARY formula include confusing the imaginary part of a complex number with the modulus or phase, or forgetting that the result of the function will always be a real number.

Common mistakes when using the IMAGINARY Formula include putting the cell address in the wrong place and forgetting to include the parentheses in the syntax.

Common misconceptions people might have with the IMAGINARY Formula include that it can be used to calculate imaginary numbers, or that the output of the formula is an imaginary number. However, this is not the case, as it always returns a real number.