# perl math operators

Perl provides a range of math operators that you can use to perform mathematical operations. Here are some commonly used math operators in Perl:

- Addition: The addition operator (+) is used to add two numbers together.
- Subtraction: The subtraction operator (-) is used to subtract one number from another.
- Multiplication: The multiplication operator (*) is used to multiply two numbers together.
- Division: The division operator (/) is used to divide one number by another.
- Modulo: The modulo operator (%) is used to find the remainder of a division operation.
- Exponentiation: The exponentiation operator () is used to raise a number to a power.

Here are some examples of how you can use these operators in Perl:

```
my $a = 5;
my $b = 3;
my $sum = $a + $b; # Addition
my $difference = $a - $b; # Subtraction
my $product = $a * $b; # Multiplication
my $quotient = $a / $b; # Division
my $remainder = $a % $b; # Modulo
my $power = $a $b; # Exponentiation
print "Sum: $sum\n";
print "Difference: $difference\n";
print "Product: $product\n";
print "Quotient: $quotient\n";
print "Remainder: $remainder\n";
print "Power: $power\n";
```

Running this code will output the calculated values for each operation. You can modify the values of `$a`

and `$b`

to perform different calculations.