Hello

This seems like a very basic question but I’ve been trying different solutions and nothing has worked so far.

I have a vector of some parameters:

```
parameters{
vector<lower=0>[n] pars;
}
```

In the `transformed_parameters`

block, I am trying to make a vector of reciprocal values of those parameters for use in further computations. Here are a couple of things I tried:

```
transformed_parameters{
vector<lower=0>[n] rec_pars;
rec_pars = 1/pars;
}
```

This results in an error: *No matches for: Available argument signatures for operator /: Expression is ill formed.* Adding a dot `.`

before the `/`

creates the same error.

I’ve also tried:

```
transformed_parameters{
vector<lower=0>[n] rec_pars;
rec_pars = operator/(1, pars);
}
```

However, this tells me *Variable ‘operator’ does not exist.*. Adding a dot before the slash still does the same thing.

Lastly, I’ve tried

```
transformed_parameters{
vector<lower=0>[n] rec_pars = 1/pars;
}
```

And this tells me again that there are no available argument signatures. So I don’t really understand how can I perform an operation as simple as this.