- These generally carry out functions on the
**individual**elements of an array (remember all matrices are arrays but not all arrays are matrices – matrices are 2D arrays). The syntax for these is similar to that of the matrix operators, with the only difference being the inclusion of a`.`

before the operator.

Operator | Function |

`.*` |
Element-by-element product of arrays (must be of similar size) |

`./` |
`A./B` – Element-by-element division of A by B (must be of similar size) |

`.\` |
`A.\B` – Element-by-element division of B by A (must be of similar size) |

`.^` |
`A.^B` – Raises elements of A to the value of corresponding elements of B (must be similar size) |