These operators are used to perform mathematical operations. e.g. Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Modulus

**+ ( Addition ): **Used to perform addition of two operands or variable. If an expression x + y, it will give a sum of x and y.

**– ( Subtraction ): **Used to perform subtraction of two operands or variable. If an expression is x – y, it means y is subtracted from x.

*** ( Multiplication ):** Used to perform multiplication of two operands or variables. If an expression is x * y, it will give multiplication of x and y.

**/ ( Division ): **Used to perform division operation of two operands or variables. If an expression is x / y, it will give quotient.

**% ( Modulus ): **Used to perform modulus operation of two operands or variables. If an expression is x % y, it will returns remainder.

Here is a C program to demonstrate the arithmetic operators

/**

* To demonstrate the arithmetic operators in C

*/

#include<stdio.h>

int main ( int argc, char **argv )

{

int x = 10;

int y = 12;

/* Addition : x + y = 22 */

printf("Addition : x + y = %d \n", x + y );

/* Subtraction : x - y = -2 */

printf("Subtraction : x - y = %d \n", x - y );

/* Multiplication : x * y = 120 */

printf("Multiplication : x * y = %d \n", x * y );

/* Division : x / y = 0 */

printf("Division : x / y = %d \n", x / y );

/* Modulus : x % y = 0 */

printf("Modulus : x %% y = %d \n", x % y );

return 0;

}

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