# Demonstrate mathematical operators and use of math module

Write a program in python that reads two integers, M and N, from the user. Then program should compute and display: sum, difference, product, quotient, remainder, logarithm and power of two integers.

## #Python's program to demonstrate mathematical operators and use of math module ## #It is a good practise to write import statement at top from math import log10 # log10 is a function of math module #Read the input values from the user m = int(input("Enter the value for M: ")) n = int(input("Enter the value for N: ")) #Calculate and display the diffrent mathematical operations print(m, "+", n, "is", m+n) print(m, "-", n, "is", m-n) print(m, "*", n, "is", m*n) print(m, "/", n, "is", m/n) print(m, "%", n, "is", m%n) print(m, "^", n, "is", m**n) print("Base 10 logarithm of", m, "is", log10(m)) print("Base 10 logarithm of", n, "is", log10(n))

###### Sample output of above program.

C:\>python C:\Python\programs\program2.py

Enter the value for M: 15

Enter the value for N: 27

15 + 27 is 42

15 - 27 is -12

15 * 27 is 405

15 / 27 is 0.5555555555555556

15 % 27 is 15

15 ^ 27 is 56815128661595284938812255859375

Base 10 logarithm of 15 is 1.1760912590556813

Base 10 logarithm of 27 is 1.4313637641589874

C:\>

Enter the value for M: 15

Enter the value for N: 27

15 + 27 is 42

15 - 27 is -12

15 * 27 is 405

15 / 27 is 0.5555555555555556

15 % 27 is 15

15 ^ 27 is 56815128661595284938812255859375

Base 10 logarithm of 15 is 1.1760912590556813

Base 10 logarithm of 27 is 1.4313637641589874

C:\>

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2017-06-17T12:20:05+05:30
Amit Arora
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