## Math Functions in Excel:

In this article, we have tabulated the complete list of **Excel Math Functions in Office 365 ** for your easy reference.

Excel Math functions comes in handy when you want to do the most common mathematical operations including sum, product, logarithm and even more in less time. If you want to know more math-related functions, you can refer the Excel Engineering Functions.

Click on a function name or read more columns in order to know the complete description of the function with examples.

**Note:** Excel version is specified in some functions that indicate the introduction of that particular function in Excel. For example, 2013 indicates that the function will be available in Excel 2013 and all the newest versions.

| **S. No** | **Function** | **Explanation & Syntax** | **Read More** |

| 1 | **ABS Function** | Returns the absolute value of a number.

```
=ABS(number)
```

| **Read More about ABS Function** |

| 2 | **AGGREGATE Function** | Returns the result of the aggregate in a list or database of values.

**Array Form:**

```
=AGGREGATE(function\_num, options, array, [k])
```

**Reference Form:**

```
=AGGREGATE(function\_num, options, ref1, [ref2], …)
```

| **Read More about AGGREGATE Function** |

| 3 | **ARABIC Function** (2013) | Converts a Roman numeral into a number as Arabic numerals.

```
=ARABIC(roman\_text)
```

| **Read More about ARABIC Function** |

| 4 | **BASE Function** (2013) | Converts a number into a text representation of a given radix or base.

```
=BASE(number, radix, [min\_length])
```

| **Read More about BASE Function** |

| 5 | **CEILING Function** | Rounds a given number to the nearest specified multiple.

```
=CEILING(number, significance)
```

| **Read More about CEILING Function** |

| 6 | **CEILING.MATH Function** (2013) | Rounds the input number to the nearest integer or to the nearest multiple.

```
=CEILING.MATH(number, [significance], [mode])
```

| **Read More about CEILING.MATH Function** |

| 7 | **CEILING.PRECISE Function** | Rounds a number to the given multiple.

```
=CEILING.PRECISE(number, [significance])
```

| **Read More about CEILING.PRECISE Function** |

| 8 | **DECIMAL Function** (2013) | Converts an alpha-numeric number into a decimal value.

```
=DECIMAL(number, radix)
```

| **Read More about DECIMAL Function** |

| 9 | **EVEN Function** | Returns the even integer after rounding a given number up.

```
=EVEN(number)
```

| **Read More about EVEN Function** |

| 10 | **EXP Function** | Returns the value of a constant e raised to a number.

```
=EXP(number)
```

| **Read More about EXP Function** |

| 11 | **FACT Function** | Returns the factorial of a given number.

```
=FACT(number)
```

| **Read More about FACT Function** |

| 12 | **FACTDOUBLE Function** | Returns the double factorial of a given number.

```
=FACTDOUBLE(number)
```

| **Read More about FACTDOUBLE Function** |

| 13 | **FLOOR Function** | Rounds a number down to the nearest multiple of significance.

```
=FLOOR(number, significance)
```

| **Read More about FLOOR Function** |

| 14 | **FLOOR.MATH Function** (2013) | Rounds a given number to a specified multiple.

```
=FLOOR.MATH(number, [significance], [mode])
```

| **Read More about FLOOR.MATH Function** |

| 15 | **FLOOR.PRECISE Function** | Rounds a given number to the specified multiple.

```
=FLOOR.PRECISE(number, [significance])
```

| **Read More about FLOOR.PRECISE Function** |

| 16 | **GCD Function** | Returns the greatest common divisor of two or more integers.

```
=GCD(number1, [number2],…)
```

| **Read More about GCD Function** |

| 17 | **INT Function** | Rounds a given integer number down to the nearest integer.

```
=INT(number)
```

| **Read More about INT Function** |

| 18 | **LCM Function** | Returns the least common multiple of the given integer value.

```
=LCM(number1, [number2],…)
```

| **Read More about LCM Function** |

| 19 | **LN Function** | Returns the natural logarithm of a number.

```
=LN(number)
```

| **Read More about LN Function** |

| 20 | **LOG Function** | Returns the logarithm of a given number using the specified base.

```
=LOG(number,[base])
```

| **Read More about LOG Function** |

| 21 | **LOG10 Function** | Returns the base10 logarithm of a given number.

```
=LOG10(number)
```

| **Read More about LOG10 Function** |

| 22 | **MDETERM Function** | Returns the matrix determinant of a given array.

```
=MDETERM(array)
```

| **Read More about MDETERM Function** |

| 23 | **MINVERSE Function** | Returns the inverse matrix of the given array.

```
=MINVERSE(array)
```

| **Read More about MINVERSE Function** |

| 24 | **MOD Function** | Returns the remainder of the two numbers after division.

```
=MOD(number, divisor)
```

| **Read More about MOD Function** |

| 25 | **MROUND Function** | Returns a number rounded to the given multiple.

```
=MROUND(number, significance)
```

| **Read More about MROUND Function** |

| 26 | **MUNIT Function** (2013) | Returns the unit matrix for a given dimension.

```
=MUNIT(dimension))
```

| **Read More about MUNIT Function** |

| 27 | **ODD Function** | Rounds a number to the nearest odd integer.

```
=ODD(number)
```

| **Read More about ODD Function** |

| 28 | **PI Function** | Returns the value of the constant π (3.14159265358979).

```
=PI()
```

| **Read More about PI Function** |

| 29 | **POWER Function** | Returns a number that is raised to a given power.

```
=POWER(number, power)
```

| **Read More about POWER Function** |

| 30 | **PRODUCT Function** | Returns the product of all the given input numbers.

```
=PRODUCT(number1, [number2], …)
```

| **Read More about PRODUCT Function** |

| 31 | **QUOTIENT Function** | Returns the integer portion of a division without the remainder.

```
=QUOTIENT(numerator, denominator)
```

| **Read More about QUOTIENT Function** |

| 32 | **RAND Function** | Returns the random number between 0 and 1.

```
=RAND()
```

| **Read More about RAND Function** |

| 33 | **RANDBETWEEN Function** | Returns the random integer number between the two specified values.

```
=RANDBETWEEN(bottom, top)
```

| **Read More about RANDBETWEEN Function** |

| 34 | **ROMAN Function** | Converts a number to a Roman numeral as text.

```
=ROMAN(number, [form])
```

| **Read More about ROMAN Function** |

| 35 | **ROUND Function** | Rounds a number to the specified number of digits.

```
=ROUND(number, num\_digits)
```

| **Read More about ROUND Function** |

| 36 | **ROUNDDOWN Function** | Rounds a number down to the specified number of digits towards zero.

```
=ROUNDDOWN(number, num\_digits)
```

| **Read More about ROUNDDOWN Function** |

| 37 | **ROUNDUP Function** | Rounds a number up to the specified number of digits away from zero.

```
=ROUNDUP(number, num\_digits)
```

| **Read More about ROUNDUP Function** |

| 38 | **SIGN Function** | Returns the sign of the given number.

```
=SIGN(number)
```

| **Read More about SIGN Function** |

| 39 | **SQRT Function** | Returns the square root of a positive integer.

```
=SQRT(number)
```

| **Read More about SQRT Function** |

| 40 | **SUBTOTAL Function** | Returns an aggregate result in a list or database.

```
=SUBTOTAL(function\_num, ref1, [ref2],...)
```

| **Read More about SUBTOTAL Function** |

| 41 | **SUM Function** | Adds values in the cells

```
=SUM(Number\_1,Number\_2,.....,Number\_255)
```

| **Read More about SUM Function** |

| 42 | **SUMIF Function** | Returns the product of one or more complex numbers (1 – 255 complex numbers).

```
=IMPRODUCT(inumber, [inumber2],…)
```

| **Read More about SUMIF Function** |

| 43 | **SUMIFS Function** | Returns the real coefficient of a complex number in the form of ( X+Yi ).

```
=IMREAL(inumber)
```

| **Read More about SUMIFS Function** |

| 44 | **SUMPRODUCT Function** | Multiplies the corresponding arrays or ranges and returns the sum of the products.

```
=SUMPRODUCT(array1, [array2], [array3], ...)
```

| **Read More about SUMPRODUCT Function** |

| 45 | **TRUNC Function** | Returns a truncated number of a given value.

```
=TRUNC(number, [num\_digits])
```

| **Read More about TRUNC Function** |

The above list of **Math functions in Excel** with its explanation and syntax assists you to know each function clearly. Don’t forget to share your **valuable queries** in the below section. Thanks for visiting **Geek Excel!!** Keep Learning with us!!

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