Some Simple Math | First Acquaintance
Introduction to Python

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Introduction to Python

## Introduction to Python

1. First Acquaintance
2. Variables and Types
3. Conditional Statements
4. Other Data Types
5. Loops
6. Functions

# Some Simple Math

Great job! Python excels at crunching numbers. The syntax is simple: use `+` for addition, `-` for subtraction, `*` for multiplication, and `/` for division. Remember to use the `print()` function if you want to display the result. Unlike strings, mathematical expressions don't require quotation marks (`"..."` or `'...'`).

For instance, let's tackle some basic math:

Here's your assignment: compute the following and print the outcomes:

1. `2580` added to `198`.
2. `23` times `42`.
3. `1512` divided by `27`.

Here's your assignment: compute the following and print the outcomes:

1. `2580` added to `198`.
2. `23` times `42`.
3. `1512` divided by `27`.

Everything was clear?

Section 1. Chapter 3

# Some Simple Math

Great job! Python excels at crunching numbers. The syntax is simple: use `+` for addition, `-` for subtraction, `*` for multiplication, and `/` for division. Remember to use the `print()` function if you want to display the result. Unlike strings, mathematical expressions don't require quotation marks (`"..."` or `'...'`).

For instance, let's tackle some basic math:

Here's your assignment: compute the following and print the outcomes:

1. `2580` added to `198`.
2. `23` times `42`.
3. `1512` divided by `27`.

Here's your assignment: compute the following and print the outcomes:

1. `2580` added to `198`.
2. `23` times `42`.
3. `1512` divided by `27`.

Everything was clear?

Section 1. Chapter 3

# Some Simple Math

Great job! Python excels at crunching numbers. The syntax is simple: use `+` for addition, `-` for subtraction, `*` for multiplication, and `/` for division. Remember to use the `print()` function if you want to display the result. Unlike strings, mathematical expressions don't require quotation marks (`"..."` or `'...'`).

For instance, let's tackle some basic math:

Here's your assignment: compute the following and print the outcomes:

1. `2580` added to `198`.
2. `23` times `42`.
3. `1512` divided by `27`.

Here's your assignment: compute the following and print the outcomes:

1. `2580` added to `198`.
2. `23` times `42`.
3. `1512` divided by `27`.

Everything was clear?

Great job! Python excels at crunching numbers. The syntax is simple: use `+` for addition, `-` for subtraction, `*` for multiplication, and `/` for division. Remember to use the `print()` function if you want to display the result. Unlike strings, mathematical expressions don't require quotation marks (`"..."` or `'...'`).

For instance, let's tackle some basic math:

1. `2580` added to `198`.
2. `23` times `42`.
3. `1512` divided by `27`.