This tutorial explains how to write a Simple Python Program to add two numbers using Arithmetic Operators.

**Example **

```
Input:
num 1 = 15, num 2 = 19
Output: 34
```

### Addition program in Python Example 1

In the program below first, you need to declare two integer or float variables and then calculate the sum of both the variable using (+) arithmetic variable and store the value into** ‘sum’** variable. And at last print the sum variable.

```
#python program to add two numbers
#Using Constant values
#Declaring and Initializing two variables
firstNumber = 10
secondNumber = 20
#Adding both numbers
total = firstNumber + secondNumber
#Printing the output
print("Addition of",firstNumber,"and",secondNumber,"is =",total)
```

### Output:

`Addition of 10 and 20 is = 30 `

### Addition program in Python: Taking Input from Users

In the program the user is asked to input two number then these inputs are scanned and stored in the variables **‘firstNumber’ **and** ‘secondNumber’.** Then variables** ‘firstNumber’ **and** ‘secondNumber’** are added using (+) operator and the value is stored in variable ‘total’. At last the variable ‘total’ is printed.

```
#python program to add two numbers
#Using user input
#Taking input from user
firstNumber = float(input("Enter First Numbers : "))
secondNumber = float(input("Enter Second Number : "))
#Adding the numbers
total = firstNumber + secondNumber
#printing the output
print("Addition of",firstNumber,"and",secondNumber,"is =",total)
```

**OUTPUT :**

```
Enter First Numbers : 0.8
Enter Second Number : 0.1
Addition of 0.8 and 0.1 is = 0.9
```

**Note:** SImilarly you can use subtract **(-)**, multiply **(*)**, divide**(/) **arithmetic operators instead of (+) arithmetic operator to** **subtract, multiply and divide two numbers in python respectively.