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*** aNumber**Subtract the receiver and aNumber, answer the result

**+ aNumber**Sum the receiver and aNumber, answer the result

**- aNumber**Subtract aNumber from the receiver, answer the result

**/ aNumber**Divide the receiver by aNumber, answer the result (no loss of precision). Raise a ZeroDivide exception or return a valid (possibly infinite) continuation value if aNumber is zero.

**// aNumber**Return the integer quotient of dividing the receiver by aNumber with truncation towards negative infinity. Raise a ZeroDivide exception if aNumber is zero

**\\ aNumber**Return the remainder of dividing the receiver by aNumber with truncation towards negative infinity. Raise a ZeroDivide exception if aNumber is zero

**quo: aNumber**Return the integer quotient of dividing the receiver by aNumber with truncation towards zero. Raise a ZeroDivide exception if aNumber is zero

**reciprocal**Return the reciprocal of the receiver

**rem: aNumber**Return the remainder of dividing the receiver by aNumber with truncation towards zero. Raise a ZeroDivide exception if aNumber is zero