Python Programming Tutorial – Arithmetic operators and Relational operators


Hello guys and welcome to python programming
tutorials by amuls academy. Today in this class we are discussing about
arithmetic operators and relational operators in python programming language. First we will discuss about arithmetic operators
there are 8 arithmetic operators in python. First one is negation 2nd one is addition
3rd one is subtraction 4th one is multiplication 5th one is division 6th one is truncating
division 7th one is modulus and 8th one is exponential. We will discuss all of these one by one.First
we will discuss about negation.Negation is an unary operator which is used to negate
the value for example -5 here – symbol is used as negation symbol and this is an unary
operator because it contains single operand. Okey 2nd one is addition and + symbol is used
for addition that 5+6 is an example answer is 11. And 3rd one is subtraction and – symbol is
used for subtraction.that is 5-3 answer is 2. And 4th one is multiplication and * is used
for multiplication 5*2 answer is 10. 5th one is division 25/5 answer is 5 here
/ is used as division symbol. These are the basic arithmetic operators so
i won’t explain more about this. Now the 6th one is truncating division it
is similar to division but it will truncate the result for example in the case of 5/4
answer is 1.25 if we use truncating division that is // answer is 1 it will eliminate the
digits which are present after the point. This is about truncating division.Next one
is modulus. Modulus will give reminder as result for example
5%2. % is used as modulus symbol. answer is 1.I’ll explain why this is one. As i said 5%2 that is 2*2=1 here reminder
is 1 so we are getting answer as 1. Then the last one is exponential if you want
to find out answer for 2 power 5 here 2 is called as base and 5 is called as exponent. If you want to find out the exponential of
some value then you can use exponential operator.** is used as symbol for exponential operator.First
we need to type base then ** and the exponent and press enter you can see the answer.that
is 32. Okey this is about the 8 arithmetic operators
in python programming language. Now we will move on to relational operator.There
are six relational operator in python programming language. That is equal, not equal,less than, greater
than,less than or equal to,greater than or equal to.We can see the symbol here. First we will discuss about equal and not
equal.equal and not equal are used to check whether two elements are equal or not. For example 5==5 it is true because 5 is equal
to 5.In the case of not equal !=the symbol is this.5!=5 this is false because 5 is equal
to 5.This is about equal and not equal. Next is less than. Less than is used check whether left element
is less than the right element or not.For example 63 yes it is true so we
will get answer as true.If i type 5>6 no it is not so we will get answer as false.This
is about less than and greater than. Then the next operator is less than or equal
to this is the combination of less than and equal to operator.We will take an example
for less than or equal to 5=4 yes it is true because 6>4.6>=6 yes this is
also true because 6 is equal to 6. Okey this is about relational operator in
python programming language.Thats it for now thank you for watching i will meet you in
next class till than take care.

9 thoughts on “Python Programming Tutorial – Arithmetic operators and Relational operators

  1. "I have seen both videos of yours in OPERATORS IN PYTHON but i did not find THE BITWISE OPERATOR in python . can you please make a video regarding this bitwise operator
    this operator is so confusing to me
    i tried my level best to understand this concept but i couldn't able to understand
    so please can you make video on this BITWISE OPERATOR
    as your way OF explaination is very good
    thank you…!!
    I THINK your video only will help me to understand this bitwise operator
    i hope you will do…!!
    Thank You!

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