## Introduction

Operations in python: In this post, you will learn the different types of arithmetic operations and also you will learn some of the examples and below is the video format of the post, check it out ????????

## Video:

## Arithmetic operations in python ❓

Arithmetic operators are used for performing mathematical operations like addition, subtraction, multiplication and division…

In simple, I can these operators make a meaningful code, without these operations most of the code cannot be fullfilled

There are **7 arithmetic operators in Python;**

- Addition
- Subtraction
- Multiplication
- Division
- Modulus
- Exponentiation
- Floor division

In this list, we can add parenthesis also and let me teach you, step by step what all the arithmetic operations do…

Remember most of the time you will be using **PEMDASLR**,

P: Parenthesis ()

E: Exponent

M: Multiplication

D: Division

A: Addition

S: Subtraction

L: Left

R: Right

***I have added left and right also, you may ask they are not operators. **

Yes, they are not operators but I am trying to tell is whatever the value you enter inside the () it will be calculated from left to right.

## Addition operations in python

As you know addition will add two values the same will happen in python code also.

**Result: **

## Subtraction

The subtraction just minus the values, as we see in our lower grade classes

**Result: **

## Multiplication

In your older grades, you will be using X as the multiplication symbol but in python, the **multiplication operator is * **

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## Division operations in python

In python division, we use this operator /

While doing division we can see, that the result comes in float format and to change it use type conversion.

## Exponent

For exponent, we use the ** function.

**For eg: 8**2**

It is 8 to the power 2.

Also Read: Type function in python full tutorial

Also Read: Data types in python full tutorial