Computers absolutely excel at performing calculations. The “compute” in their name comes from their historical association with providing answers to mathematical questions. Python performs the arithmetic operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division with `+`

, `-`

, `*`

, and `/`

.

# Prints "500" print(573 - 74 + 1) # Prints "50" print(25 * 2) # Prints "2.0" print(10 / 5)

Notice that when we perform division, the result has a decimal place. This is because Python converts all `int`

s to `float`

s before performing division. In older versions of Python (2.7 and earlier) this conversion did not happen, and integer division would always round down to the nearest integer.

Division can throw its own special error: `ZeroDivisionError`

. Python will raise this error when attempting to divide by 0.

Mathematical operations in Python follow the standard mathematical order of operations.

### Instructions

**1.**

Print out the result of this equation: `25 * 68 + 13 / 28`