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ACot Function in Excel 2013

Posted by Megha Goyal Articles | Office 2013 October 26, 2012
In this article we will discuss how to use the ACot function in Excel 2013.
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This is a new function introduced in Excel 2013. This is one of the most important functions in Excel 2013. This function belongs to the Math and Trigonometry category. This function is used to return an arccotangent of a number in radians in the range 0 to Pi. The syntax of this function is as follows: =Acot(number). This function takes the number as an argument. For example: =acot(30) returns the arccotangent of 30 in radians .i.e. 0.033321.

Let's have a look at the following.

Step 1

Go to Excel 2013.

Step 2

Select the blank workbook template from the available templates.

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Step 3

Now enter the following numbers of which we want to return the accrotangent in radians:

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Step 4

Now enter the following formula:

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Step 5

The output will be like this:

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