F# Binary Arithmetic operators
Symbol 
Description 
+(addition, plus) 
It adds two values 
(subtract, minus) 
It subtracts two values 
*(multiplication, times) 
It multiplies two values 
/(division, divided by) 
It is used to divide 
%(modulus, mod) 
It returns remainder of division operation 
**(exponentiation, to the power of) 
It performs exponent operation 
F# Arithmetic Operator Example
Output:
Result
sum = 20
subtraction = 30
multiply = 100
division = 5
modulus = 1
F# Unary Arithmetic Operators
Symbol 
Description 
+(positive) 
It applies on arithmetic expressions. It does not change sign of value 
(negative,negation) 
It applies on arithmetic expressions. It changes sign of value. 
F# Binary Comparison Operators
Symbol 
Description 
=(equality, equals) 
This is not an assignment operator. It is used only for comparison. This is a generic operator. 
>(greater than) 
It is a generic operator 
<(less then) 
It is a generic operator 
>=(greater than or equals) 
It is a generic operator 
<=(less than or equals) 
It is a generic operator 
<>(not equal) 
It is a generic operator 
F# Comparison Operator Example
Output:
