**Syntax**The SKEW function has the following syntax and arguments

**=SKEW(number1, [ number2], —)**Where

**‘number1, number2, —**number1 is a required argument and the further numbers are optional. 1 to 255 numbers for which you wish to find the skewness. You can use a reference to an array or a single array instead of numbers separated by commas.

**Constraints**If there are less than three data points and if the standard deviation of the data points is zero, the function returns the #DIV/0! Error. Arguments that are error values or text that cannot be converted into numbers cause errors. The equation for calculating the skewness is defined as

**Example**The examples of the SKEW function are shown in the figure given below So, this is how you can find the skewness of a distribution using the SKEW function that is present in Excel 2010 Application.