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5.2.2.Arithmetic operators in action
1. Arithmetic operators: +, -, *, \ and the modulus operator %.
2. % cannot be used for float data type or double data type.
 ```#include main(){   int a = 1,b = 2,c = 3,d = 4;   int sum,sub,mul,rem;   float div;   sum = b+c;   sub = b-c;   mul = b*c;   div = b/c;   rem = b%d;   a = b/c * d;   printf("\n sum = %d, sub = %d, mul = %d, div = %f",sum,sub,mul,div);   printf("\n remainder of division of b & d is %d",rem);   printf("\n a = %d",a); }```
 5.2.Arithmetic Operators 5.2.1. Common Arithmetic Operators 5.2.2. Arithmetic operators in action 5.2.3. Using the Addition operator