# Manuals/calci/MATRIXDIVIDE

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**MATRIXDIVIDE (a,b,ConsiderUnits)**

- and are any two matrices.

## Description

- This function shows the division value of the given two matrices for each corresponding entries.
- In , and are two matrices.
- Matrix division is the basic operation of dividing two matrices with the corresponding entries.
- Two matrices must have an equal number of rows and columns.
- Normally we could not do the matrix division directly.
- Instead of that we can multiply by an inverse.
- This function is taking corresponding entries and doing the division for each element.
- Division of matrices A and B is denoted by

## Examples

1. MATRIXDIVIDE([[6,16],[10,-12]],[[3,4],[5,4]])

2 | 4 |

2 | -3 |

2. MATRIXDIVIDE([[32,14,15],[16,-32,76]],[[3,2,5],[-4,6,5]])

10.666666666666666 | 7 | 3 |

-4 | -5.333333333333333 | 15.2 |