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# Can anyone help me in that, is it correct or anything wrong

def_addition(args1,args2) args3 = args1 + args2 return args def substraction(args1,args2) args3 = args1 - args2 return args def multiplication(args1,args2) args3 = args1 * args2 return args def division(args1,args2) args3 = args1 / args2 return args print("the result of addition is", addition(80,100)) print("the result of substraction is", substraction(80,100)) print("the result of multiplication is", multiplication(80,100)) print("the result of division is", division(80,100))

2 Answers

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Hi THIAK AYUEN THIAK
What do you want it to do?

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You must return args3 and not args. You are missing a colon after every function declaration.
This is a shorter version.
def addition(args1,args2):
return args1 + args2
def substraction(args1,args2):
return args1 - args2
def multiplication(args1,args2):
return args1 * args2
def division(args1,args2):
return args1 / args2
print("the result of addition is", addition(80,100))
print("the result of substraction is", substraction(80,100))
print("the result of multiplication is", multiplication(80,100))
print("the result of division is", division(80,100))