Arithmetic operations are a fundamental part of programming, and C# provides a wide range of arithmetic operators that you can use to perform basic mathematical calculations. In this article, we'll look at an example of how to perform arithmetic operations in C#.

The following code demonstrates how to perform arithmetic operations in C#:

namespace Session1_Basics { internal class Program { static void Main(string[] args) { int x; int y; int quotient; int remainder; double result; x = 10; y = 3; quotient = x / y; remainder = x % y; result = (double)x / y; Console.WriteLine("Quotient: " + quotient); Console.WriteLine("Remainder: " + remainder); Console.WriteLine("True Result: " + result); Console.ReadKey(); } } }

In the code above, we have defined five variables:

`x`

and`y`

: These are integer variables that we will use in our calculations.`quotient`

: This variable will hold the result of dividing`x`

by`y`

.`remainder`

: This variable will hold the remainder of dividing`x`

by`y`

.`result`

: This variable will hold the true result of dividing`x`

by`y`

, including any decimal places.

We have then assigned the values of `10`

and `3`

to `x`

and `y`

, respectively. We then perform three different arithmetic operations using these variables:

`quotient = x / y`

: This calculates the quotient of`x`

divided by`y`

. Since`x`

and`y`

are both integers, the result will also be an integer. In this case, the result will be`3`

.`remainder = x % y`

: This calculates the remainder of`x`

divided by`y`

. The`%`

operator is the modulus operator, which gives the remainder after integer division. In this case, the remainder will be`1`

.`result = (double)x / y`

: This calculates the true result of dividing`x`

by`y`

, including any decimal places. We need to cast`x`

as a`double`

before performing the division, since we want the result to include decimal places. In this case, the result will be`3.3333333333333335`

.

Finally, we use the `Console.WriteLine method to output the values of `

`quotient`

, `remainder`

, and `result`

to the console. We then use the `Console.ReadKey`

method to wait for the user to press a key before exiting the program.

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```## Conclusion

Arithmetic operations are a fundamental part of programming, and C# provides a wide range of arithmetic operators that you can use to perform basic mathematical calculations. In this article, we looked at an example of how to perform arithmetic operations in C#.

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