Basic arithmetic operators are addition(+), subtraction(-), multiplication(*), and division(/). All behave the same, as you would expect for all numeric types. Modulus(%) operator returns the remainder of a division operation.
The bitwise operators provides bitwise AND, XOR and OR operations respectively. These operators can be apply to both integer types and boolean types. These operators compare each bit of first operand with the corresponding bit of the second operand and give results according to following rules.
Math class Methods Description Example Abs(x) Returns the absolute value of x Math.Abs(-45) is 45 Math.Abs(45) is 45 Round(x) Rounds a value to the nearest integer Math.Round(4.9) is 5 Math.Round(4.2) is 4 Math.Round(4.5) is 4 Ceiling(x) Returns the smallest integer greater than or equal to the x Math.Ceiling(5.4) is 6 Math.Ceiling(5.9) is 6 Floor(x) Returns the largest integer less then or equal to x Math.Floor(5.4) is 5 Math.Floor(5.9) is 5 Max(x,y) Returns the larger of two number Math.Max(5,9) is 9 Math.Max(5,-9) is 5 Min(x,y) Returns the smaller of two number Math.Min(5,9) is 5 Math.Min(5,-9) is -9
Math class Methods Description Example Pow(x,y) Returns x raised to the power y Math.Pow(4,2) is 16 Sqrt(x) Returns the square root of x Math.Sqrt(9) is 3 Math.Sqrt(5) is 2.23606797749979 Truncate(x) Returns the integral part of x Math.Truncate(38.4) is 38 Math.Truncate(38.485487) is 38