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

- What is the IMSQRT formula?
- What does IMSQRT mean?
- How do I use the IMSQRT formula?

The IMSQRT formula can be used to

**calculate the square root of a number in Google Sheets**. To use the IMSQRT formula correctly, enter the number for which you want to find the square root in a cell and use the formula =IMSQRT(cell).

The IMSQRT formula can be

**commonly mistyped**as IMSQURT, which will result in an error.

**Common ways the IMSQRT formula is used inappropriately**include dividing a number by the result of the IMSQRT formula instead of multiplying the number by the result, and using non-numerical values as input.

**Common pitfalls**when using the IMSQRT formula include entering a negative number in the formula, and forgetting to add the “=” sign when typing the formula.

**Common mistakes**when using the IMSQRT formula are typing the wrong cell reference or forgetting to include the parentheses.

**Common misconceptions**people might have with the IMSQRT formula include thinking that it only works for positive numbers and that it is only used to calculate square roots.