There are several math operators that can be used to perform
calculations:

- Addition
`+`

- Subtraction
`-`

- Multiplication
`*`

- Division
`/`

- Exponent
`**`

- Parentheses
`()`

Python follows the rules of PEMDAS, meaning that parentheses,
exponents, multiplication, division, addition, and subtraction are
performed in that order, from left to right. Example of calculating the
area of a trapezoid:

# area of a trapezoid base1 = 8 base2 = 10 height = 20 area = (base1 + base2) * height / 2 print(area) # 180

The values of

`base1`

and `base2`

are first added
together to get 18 since they are in parentheses. That value of 18 is
then multiplied by `height`

and divided
by 2, in order from left to right. The resulting value of 180 is then
saved in the variable `area`

and printed to the console.
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sally_age = 12

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x == 6 / 5

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