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Raster calculator divide creates anomalous data

Question asked by pl1021 on Apr 7, 2011
Latest reply on Apr 8, 2011 by geonetadmin
I have two 32bit float rasters that behave normally with all raster calculator functions except divide.  If I divide raster1/raster2 the resulting raster has an anomalous range listed in the TOC.  However, it stores the correct ratio value in the created raster which can be determined by using the identify tool.  I've included two photos to display this.  county_fta/county_ftb = county_divide  The first photo shows the displayed range of the data (county_divide) which is incorrect and further calculations use these data instead of the correct ones that are contained within.  The second photo shows the identify tool showing a normal data point chosen randomly.  Any help greatly appreciated!

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