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## What are arithmetic expressions?

An arithmetic expression consists of **arithmetic terms**, such as x, x ^{2}, xy, or 3xy ^{2}, combined by arithmetic operations, such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Arithmetic expressions can appear in arithmetic relations, such as equality and inequality.

## How do you write arithmetic expressions in Java?

Java Arithmetic expressions use **arithmetic operators such as +, -, /, *, and %**. The % operator is the remainder or modulo operator. Arithmetic expressions are used to assign arithmetic values to variables. An expression is a combination of literals, operators, variables, and parentheses used to calculate a value.

## What is arithmetic expression example?

An arithmetic expression is an expression **built up using numbers**, arithmetic operators (such as +, , -, / and ) and parentheses, “(” and “)”. (3 + 4) — the sum of numbers is an arithmetic expression. … (7 – 3) — the difference of two numbers is an arithmetic expression.

## What is the difference between arithmetic expression and arithmetic statement in Java?

The operators ,which are applied to perform Arithmetic calculations in a program are known as Arithmetic operator. If an Arithmetic Expression is **assigned to a variable**, it is known as Arithmetic Statement. I hope it is correct.

## What is the use of arithmetic expression?

An arithmetic expression is an **expression that results in a numeric value**. There are two kinds of numeric values, integers (whole numbers), and real or floating point numbers (numbers containing a decimal point). A literal integer, representing the number 12.

## What are arithmetic operators?

Definition. The arithmetic operators perform **addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, exponentiation, and modulus operations**.

## What are the Java arithmetic operators?

The Java programming language supports various arithmetic operators for all floating-point and integer numbers. These operators are **+ (addition), – (subtraction), * (multiplication), / (division), and % (modulo)**.

## What are the operators?

1. In mathematics and sometimes in computer programming, an operator is **a character that represents an action**, as for example x is an arithmetic operator that represents multiplication. In computer programs, one of the most familiar sets of operators, the Boolean operators, is used to work with true/false values.