# mate-calc:tldr:c90fc

mate-calc: Calculate a specific mathematic expression.

$ mate-calc --solve ${2 + 5}

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The command "mate-calc --solve ${2 + 5}" is using the terminal command "mate-calc" to open the calculator application. The "--solve" option is used to indicate that the command wants to solve a mathematical expression.

In this case, the expression to be solved is "${2 + 5}". The expression inside the curly braces is an arithmetic operation, adding the numbers 2 and 5.

When the command is executed, the calculator application will open, evaluate the expression, and display the result, which in this case would be 7.

This explanation was created by an AI. In most cases those are correct. But please always be careful and

**never**run a command you are not sure if it is safe.