**UiPath Operators **allow mathematical calculation as well as basic operations to be performed with ease. Operators in UiPath are based on Visual Basic and uses the same syntaxes as well. Arithmetic operators in UiPath are provided in the table below with a detailed description of each type of operator.

Arithmetic Operators | Description |
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`^` |
Mathematical power/root operation |

`+` |
Addition |

`-` |
Subtraction |

`*` |
Multiplication |

`/` |
Division |

`MOD` |
Modulus |

UiPath also includes comparison as well as logical operators. The tables below highlight the usage of each operator.

logical operators | Description |
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`=` |
Checks whether two variables are equivalent |

`<>` |
Stands for "Does not equal to" and checks for inequivalence |

`>` |
Checks whether the left variable is “greater than” to the right variable |

`<` |
Checks whether the left variable is “lesser than” to the right variable |

`>=` |
Checks whether the left variable is “greater than equal to” to the right variable |

`<=` |
Checks whether the left variable is “smaller than equal to” to the right variable |

`And` |
Use to check more than one condition before performing an activity |

`Or` |
Use to check whether one of the conditions meets before performing an activity |

Workflows and sequences in UiPath primarily consist of various activities that are equivalent to codes and command in programming languages. Using these activities an individual is able to develop meaningful workflows that generate desired results. This tutorial will introduce the basic activities that are necessary to expertise in UiPath automation.

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