
Maths in Python is very similar to how it is done in actual maths. For example, in maths you write 5 + 5 and in Python we just write 5 + 5.

Here is a list of the different maths symbols we can use in Python:
Print(Hello world!")
Print(Get_input())
Print(Hello world!")
Print(Get_input())
print("Hello world!")
print(input())
print(5 + 5)
print(5  5)
print(5 * 5)
print(5 / 5)
print(5 + int(input()))
y = 10
z = 2
x = y × z
What is x equal to?
y = 10
z = 2
x = y * z
print(x)
print(int(input()) + 5)
user_input = int(input())
x = user_input + 5
print(x)
Challenge
Complete all tasks in the booklet from page 6 to page 17.
Grade yourself on the lesson's success criteria.
Colour in the box with the colour code shown to the right based on how well you think you’ve understood the concept.
I can develop my own calculator program
I can use maths in Python
I can explain why we use variables
I can write variables in Python