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The arithmetic operators in Ruby are:

  • addition (+),
  • subtraction (–),
  • multiplication (*),
  • division (/).

  • The difference between arithmetic and string operators is that an arithmetic operator takes two operands and evaluates them to produce a single result, while a string operator takes one operand and produces multiple results.
  • For example, the expression 1 + 1 will produce the single result 2. The expression "Hello" + "World" will produce the output "Hello World".

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