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Subject: Re: vector division
Date: Sat, 14 Feb 2009 17:50:02 +0000 (UTC)
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dpb <none@non.net> wrote in message <gn6lua$69t$1@aioe.org>...
> canxenxo wrote:
> > If you have two vectors, p.e. a=[1 2] and b=[3 4], and you divide 
> > them in the way a/b, you get ans = 0.4400. They are not divided
> > element by element so, which operation is done?
> 
> While it isn't particularly easy to find from command line ("doc /" goes 
> nowhere :( ), try
> 
> doc mrdivide
> 
> --

Thank u dpb, but after reading the doc I'm still not sure about the "internal" operation which the command / does .... I think the operation is the division of the modulus of the two vectors. can somebody confirm it?

thanks another time!