Returns values of the Gaussian error function(integral), also called as error function, between 0 and the given limit.
Returns a real number which is the Gaussian error function value for LowerLimit and it ranges from -1 to 1, i.e. (-1,1).
LowerLimit is the limit of the integral. The calculation takes place between 0 and this limit, any real number, or a reference to the cell containing that number. It can be negative under which case the function reverses the integral, i.e. calculates the integral value from 0 to this limit with a negative sign multiplied to it.
- If the LowerLimit is not a real number or the referenced cell doesn't contain a real number then the function returns a value(#VALUE!) error.
The formula for ERF.PRECISE is:
where L is the LowerLimit.
The figure below illustrates the function ERF.PRECISE:
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|=ERF.PRECISE(1)||The function calculates the Gaussian error integral value for LowerLimit as 1.||0.842700792949715|
|=ERF.PRECISE(-1)||The function calculates the Gaussian error integral value for LowerLimit as -1.||-0.842700792949715|
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