# Arithmetic Expression

Consider an arithmetic expression of the form `a#b=c`

. Check whether it is possible to replace `#`

with one of the four signs: `+`

, `-`

, `*`

or `/`

to obtain a correct expression.

## Example

For

`a = 2`

,`b = 3`

, and`c = 5`

, the output should be`arithmetic_expression(a, b, c) = true`

We can replace

`#`

with a`+`

to obtain`2 + 3 = 5`

, so the answer is`true`

.For

`a = 8`

,`b = 2`

, and`c = 4`

, the output should be`arithmetic_expression(a, b, c) = true`

We can replace

`#`

with a`/`

to obtain`8 / 2 = 4`

, so the answer is`true`

.For

`a = 8`

,`b = 3`

, and`c = 2`

, the output should be`arithmetic_expression(a, b, c) = false`

`8 + 3 = 11 ≠ 2`

;`8 - 3 = 5 ≠ 2`

;`8 * 3 = 24 ≠ 2`

;`8 / 3 = 2.(6) ≠ 2`

.

So the answer is

`false`

.

## Solution

py

```
def arithmetic_expression(a, b, c):
return (a + b == c) or (a - b == c) or (a * b == c) or (a / b == c)
print(arithmetic_expression(8, 3, 12))
```