**Learn Python**

Lesson 1 - Introduction To Python

Lesson 3 - Control Flow

Lesson 4 - Functions

Lesson 5 - Basic Data Structures

Lesson 6 - Exception Handling

Lesson 7 - Modules And Packages

Lesson 8 - Basic String Operations

Lesson 9 - Object-Oriented Programming (OOP)

Just like in mathematics, Python allows you to perform various mathematical operations such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and more.

Here are the basic operators in Python:

Operator | Description | Example |
---|---|---|

+ | Addition | `5 + 2` = `7` |

- | Subtraction | `5 - 2` = `3` |

* | Multiplication | `5 * 2` = `10` |

/ | Division | `5 / 3` = `1.67` |

% | Modulo (Remainder) | `5 % 3` = `2` |

** | Exponentiation (Power) | `5 ** 3` = `125` |

// | Floor Division (Integer Div) | `5 // 2` = `2` |

These operators are fundamental in Python and are used extensively for mathematical computations.

Let's see how we can use these mathematical operators in Python:

`print(5 + 7) # Addition: Outputs 12 print(5 - 2) # Subtraction: Outputs 3 print(5 * 2) # Multiplication: Outputs 10 print(5 / 3) # Division: Outputs approximately 1.67 print(5 % 3) # Modulo (Remainder): Outputs 2 print(5 ** 3) # Exponentiation (Power): Outputs 125 print(5 // 2) # Floor Division (Integer Div): Outputs 2`

These examples demonstrate how each operator works in Python and what results you can expect. Understanding these operations is crucial for performing calculations and manipulating data in Python.