**EXAMPLES:**

2+2 A+B+C X%+1 BR+10E-2

**SUBTRACTION (-)**: The minus sign (-) specifies that the operand on the
right is subtracted from the operand on the left.

**EXAMPLES:**

4-1 100-64 A-B 55-142

The minus can also be used as a unary minus. That means that it is the minus sign in front of a negative number. This is equal to subtracting the number from zero (0).

**EXAMPLES:**

-5 -9E4 -B 4-(-2) same as 4+2

**MULTIPLICATION (*)**: An asterisk (*) specifies that the operand on the
left is multiplied by the operand on the right.

**EXAMPLES:**

100*2 50*0 A*X1 R%*14

**DIVISION (/)**: The slash (/) specifies that the operand on the left is
divided by the operand on the right.

**EXAMPLES:**

10/2 6400/4 A/B 4E2/XR

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