The following instructions perform arithmetic operations between rA and rX register and memory contents.

`ADD`

- Add and set OV if overflow. OPCODE = 1, MOD = fspec.
`rA <- rA +V`

. `SUB`

- Sub and set OV if overflow. OPCODE = 2, MOD = fspec.
`rA <- rA - V`

. `MUL`

- Multiply V times rA and store the 10-bytes product in rAX.
OPCODE = 3, MOD = fspec.
`rAX <- rA x V`

. `DIV`

- rAX is considered a 10-bytes number, and it is divided by V.
OPCODE = 4, MOD = fspec.
`rA <- rAX / V`

,`rX`

<- reminder.

In all the above instructions, ‘`[rA]`’ is one of the operands
of the binary arithmetic operation, the other being ‘`V`’ (that is,
the specified subfield of the memory cell with address ‘`M`’), padded
with zero bytes on its left-side to complete a word. In multiplication
and division, the register ‘`X`’ comes into play as a right-extension
of the register ‘`A`’, so that we are able to handle 10-byte numbers
whose more significant bytes are those of ‘`rA`’ (the sign of this
10-byte number is that of ‘`rA`’: ‘`rX`’'s sign is ignored).

Addition and substraction of MIX words can give rise to overflows, since
the result is stored in a register with room to only 5 bytes (plus
sign). When this occurs, the operation result modulo 1,073,741,823
(the maximum value storable in a MIX word) is stored in ‘`rA`’, and
the overflow toggle is set to TRUE.