Number types include integers (int), that is, whole numbers of unlimited range, floating-point numbers (float), complex numbers (complex), which are represented by two float numbers, and Boolean (bool) in Python. Python provides the int data type that allows standard arithmetic operators (+, -, * and / ) to work on them, similar to other programming languages. A Boolean data type has two possible values, True and False. These values are mapped to 1 and 0, respectively. Let's consider an example:
>>> a=4; b=5 # Operator (=) assigns the value to variable
>>>print(a, "is of type", type(a))
4 is of type
>>>c= b/a # division returns a floating point number
>>> print(c, "is of type", type(c))
1.25 is of type <class 'float'>
>>> c # No...