Arithmetic Operators in C++

Arithmetic operators are special symbols that are used to perform mathematical operations in C++. The basic arithmetic operators are:

• `+` (Addition): Adds two values.
• `-` (Subtraction): Subtracts the second value from the first.
• `*` (Multiplication): Multiplies two values.
• `/` (Division): Divides the first value by the second.
• `%` (Modulus): Returns the remainder of the division of the first value by the second.

List of arithmetic operators

The addition operator allows us to add two values and obtain a result. For example:

``````int a = 5;
int b = 3;
int result = a + b; // result will be equal to 8``````

Subtraction (-)

The subtraction operator allows us to subtract one value from another and obtain the result. For example:

``````int a = 10;
int b = 7;
int result = a - b; // result will be equal to 3``````

Multiplication (*)

The multiplication operator allows us to multiply two values and obtain the result. For example:

``````int a = 4;
int b = 6;
int result = a * b; // result will be equal to 24``````

Division (/)

The division operator allows us to divide one value by another and obtain the result. For example:

``````int a = 15;
int b = 3;
int result = a / b; // result will be equal to 5``````

Modulus (%)

The modulus operator allows us to obtain the remainder of the division between two values. For example:

``````int a = 17;
int b = 5;
int result = a % b; // result will be equal to 2``````