Reading Time: < 1 minuteWe have following types of Arithmetic operators in Kotlin.

Operators | Expression | Equivalent To | Description | |

Addition | + | a + b | a.plus(b) | Used for Addition |

Subtraction | – | a – b | a.minus(b) | Used for Subtraction |

Multiplication | * | a * b | a.times(b) | Used for multiplication |

Division | / | a / b | a.div(b) | Used for division |

Modulo | % | a % b | a.mod(b) | Used to get remainder of the division |

These operations are binary, wich means they operate with two operands.

##### Addition

The following code declares two integer variables and prints their sum using the **+** (addition) operators

##### Division

The division (**/**) operator results in an integer, removing any remainder.

##### Modulo

To get the remainder of the division, use the **%** (modulo) operator.

The **modulo** operator cannot be applied to **floating-point** numbers.

However the **division** operator works with **floating-point** values and results in a floating-point result.

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