# PRODUCT

## Y ## Syntax of the PRODUCT Function

The syntax of the PRODUCT function is straightforward. It takes one or more arguments, multiplies them together, and returns the product. Here is the syntax of the PRODUCT function:

``` PRODUCT(❰number1❱, [❰number2❱], …) ```

where:

– `❰number1❱` is the first number you want to multiply.

– `❰number2❱` and other numbers are optional. You can add up to 255 numbers that you want to multiply.

## Example Scenarios

### Scenario 1: Calculate the Total Revenue

Suppose you have a sales table that contains the sales data of various products. You want to calculate the total revenue of all the sales. Here is how you can use the PRODUCT function:

``` Total Revenue = PRODUCT(Sales[Price], Sales[Quantity]) ```

In this example, we are multiplying the price and the quantity columns of the Sales table to get the total revenue. The PRODUCT function multiplies each row of the two columns and then sums the results to get the total revenue.

### Scenario 2: Calculate the Total Profit Margin

Suppose you have a sales table that contains the sales data of various products, including their cost and price. You want to calculate the total profit margin of all the sales. Here is how you can use the PRODUCT function:

``` Total Profit Margin = PRODUCT((Sales[Price]-Sales[Cost])/Sales[Price]) ```

In this example, we are calculating the profit margin of each sale by subtracting the cost from the price and dividing the result by the price. Then, we are using the PRODUCT function to multiply all the profit margins together to get the total profit margin.

### Scenario 3: Calculate the Compound Interest

Suppose you want to calculate the compound interest for a loan that has an annual interest rate of 5% and a duration of 3 years. Here is how you can use the PRODUCT function:

``` Compound Interest = (1+0.05)^3 - 1 ```

In this example, we are using the PRODUCT function to calculate the compound interest. We are multiplying the initial amount by the interest rate plus 1, raised to the power of the number of years. Then, we are subtracting the initial amount to get the compound interest.

The Power BI DAX function PRODUCT is a powerful tool that allows you to multiply numbers together in a single formula. In this article, we explored the different ways to use the PRODUCT function in Power BI. We learned the syntax of the function and demonstrated its usage in various scenarios. By using the PRODUCT function, you can save time and effort in performing complex calculations in Power BI.

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