a,b=10,3
print('Add:',a+b,'Subtract:',a-b,'Multiply:',a*b,'Divide:',a/b)
print('Floor Division:',a//b) #floor division#division always prints float value
print("Modulus:",a%b) #modulus #remainder when 10 is divided by 3
print("Exponentition:",a**b) #10 to the power 2
BEMDAS Rule - Solving equations with multiple operators
Whenever
there
is
an
expression
in
python,
python
solves
it
in
the
following
order.
1.
Brackets
(B)
2.
Exponents
(E)
3.
Multiplication
(M)
4.
Division
(D)
5.
Addition
(A)
6.
Subtraction
(S)
Whenever
multiple
exponent
operators
are
used
in
an
expression,
python
solves
it
from
right
to
left
.
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