## Arithmetic Operators

Arithmetic Operators are operators that performs basic operations like addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and modolus.

## i. Addition

`+`

operator :Adds values on either sides of the operater. For Example:

`Consider A=20 and B=10 A+B would be 30`

## ii. Subtraction

`-`

operator:Subtract right hand operand from left hand operand. For Example:

`Consider A=20 and B=10 A-B would be 10`

## iii. Multiplication

`*`

operator:Multiply values on either sides of the operator. For example:

`Consider A=20 and B=10 A*B would be 200`

## iv. Division

`/`

operator:Divides left hand operand by right hand operator. For example:

`Consider A=20 and B=10 A/B would be 2`

## v. Modulus

`%`

operator:Divides left hand operand by right hand operator and returns the remainder. For example:

`Consider A=20 and B=10 A%B would be 0`

### Program example of arithmetic operators

```
//An example of arithmetic operators
#include<stdio.h>
int main()
{
int A = 20, B= 10;
printf("Consider A = %d and B = %d \n",A,B);
printf("Addition operator (A+B) = %d \n",A+B);
printf("Subtraction operator (A-B) = %d \n",A-B);
printf("Multiplication operator (A*B) = %d \n",A*B);
printf("Division operator (A/B) = %d \n",A/B);
return 0;
}
```

### Output

```
Consider A = 20 and B = 10
Addition operator (A+B) = 30
Subtraction operator (A-B) = 10
Multiplication operator (A*B) = 200
Division operator (A/B) = 2
```