Numbers are one of five built in **Python Data Types**. These can be integers with no fractional part, floating-points with some fractional part, complex numbers with some imaginary part, rationals.

**Examples of Number Data Type in Python**

- Integers – 8, 9, -10
- Floating Point – 3.29, 93.1, -10.34
- Complex Number – 10 + 3i, 93 – 29i
- Rationals – 48/19, 373/82

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## Doing number arithmetic in Python

Python inherently support certain arithmetical operations like addition, subtraction, multiplication and some others. If you just to try these out then **just open terminal/command line on your laptop and type python3 then press enter**.

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• Installing Python on Mac

• Installing Python on Windows

**Adding Numbers in Python**

### Subtracting Numbers in Python

### Multiplying Numbers in Python

### Dividing Numbers in Python

## Python’s Math Module

Python does have a **Math module** which contains a number of mathematical functions like **factorilal, gcd, isqrt** and many more. These functions are really helpful as in order to use these in your code, you just need to write 2 lines.

- import math
- math.function_name(argument)

If your interested in knowing what funcions are there inside **Python’s math module **and **how to use these Math functions inside Python Program?** See – Math module in Python.