Operator

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In mathematics, an operator is a function (like addition) that acts on one or more numbers to create a new number.

The most known operators are those used for the first four arithmetic operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division (, , , ).

List of operators[change | change source]

Addition:

Subtraction:

Multiplication:

Division:

Exponentiation:

Root (radical):

Logarithm:

Modulation: \

Factorial:

Summation:

Product:

Limit:

Nearest integer:

Floor:

Ceiling:

Integer part:

Fractional part: {}

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