*Figure 1. of Excel N Function*

The purpose of the Excel N Function is to convert a value to a number. This is an in-built Function in Excel which we can categorize as an Information Function.

**Operation Syntax**

N(value)

The parameters of our formula/syntax are as follows

- Value – A data value which we wish to convert to a number.

**Note the following conditions**

- If our data value = a number, our N Function will be determined as a number value.
- If our data value = a calendar date, our N Function will be determined as a serial number.
- If our data value = True, our N Function will be determined as 1.
- If our data value = False, our N Function will be determined as 0.
- If our data value = Error, our N Function will be determined as an Error.
- For any and all other types of data value, our N Function will be determined as 0!, or same.

**How to use the N Function in Excel**

Based on the Excel worksheets displayed below, the attached N operation syntax would be determined as;

* Figure 2. of Excel N Function*

`=N(A2)`

-Determined as 1.

* Figure 3. of Excel N Function.*

`=N(A3)`

-Determined as 0

* Figure 4. of Excel N Function.*

`=N(A4)`

-Determined as 500

* Figure 5. of Excel N Function.*

`=N(A5)`

-Determined as 0

* Figure 6. of Excel N Function.*

`=N(A6)`

-Determined as 0

* Figure 7. of Excel N Function.*

`=N(A7)`

-Determined as 0

* Figure 8. of Excel N Function.*

*=*N(A8)

-Determined as same value/0!

The Excel N Function is a worksheet Function and is usually entered into an Excel worksheet as part of a formula.

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