arithmetic
Arithmetic is a commandline tool used for performing basic mathematical operations on numbers. It supports operations such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. It can handle integers, decimals, and fractions. The tool allows the user to input multiple expressions in a single line and evaluates them one by one. The input can be provided as commandline arguments or by entering them interactively during runtime. Arithmetic provides a simple and intuitive interface, making it easy to use for basic calculations. It supports both positive and negative numbers, allowing for a wide range of calculations. The tool can handle large numbers and can perform calculations with precision up to a significant number of decimal places. It provides accurate results and follows the standard rules of arithmetic. Arithmetic can be a helpful tool for quick calculations or for automating mathematical operations within scripts or batch files.
List of commands for arithmetic:

arithmetic:tldr:26e81 arithmetic: Start an arithmetic quiz.$ arithmetictry on your machineexplain this command

arithmetic:tldr:5edbc arithmetic: Specify one or more arithmetic [o]peration symbols to get problems on them.$ arithmetic o ${select}try on your machineexplain this command

arithmetic:tldr:c51a0 arithmetic: Specify a range. Addition and multiplication problems would feature numbers between 0 and range, inclusive. Subtraction and division problems would have required result and number to be operated on, between 0 and range.$ arithmetic r ${7}try on your machineexplain this command