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Dividing two rasters produces a raster of one value (which is zero)!

Question asked by Jamal432@gmail.com on May 25, 2012
Latest reply on May 25, 2012 by geonetadmin
Dividing two rasters produces a raster of one value (which is zero)!

The PI raster is divided by the HI raster (shown in the screenshot below also attached) and raster of one value (which is zero) is produced. The manual calculation for the division of the two raster doesn�??t produce a raster of zero value! It should be a raster which has cell values less than one considering the values of the input rasters.
[ATTACH=CONFIG]14649[/ATTACH], [ATTACH=CONFIG]14650[/ATTACH]

Why the ArcGIS produce raster of zero value in this case?

Thank you for the help,

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Jamal

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