# Manuals/calci/MATRIXDIVPARTS

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**MATRIXDIVPARTS (a,b)**

- and are any two matrices.

## Description

- This function shows the quotient and remainder of the given two matrices.
- In , and are two matrices.
- 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.
- Also it is showing the first entry as quotient and the second entry as remainder of each division.
- For example, MATRIXDIVPARTS([[6,16],[10,-12]],[[4,4],[5,4]]) in this matrices results (1,1) entry as 1 and 2.
- 1 is the quotient and 2 is the remainder of the 6/4.
- (1,2) entry as 4 and 0,4 is the quotient and 0 is the remainder of 16/4 and so on.

## Examples

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

1 2 |
4 0 |

2 0 |
-3 0 |

2. MATRIXDIVPARTS([[4,5,10],[-12,34,31]],[[17,18,27],[29,-24,31]])

0 4 |
0 5 |
0 10 |

-1 17 |
-2 -14 |
1 0 |

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