#### Option #1:** Working with Python Classes**

For this assignment, you are given two complex numbers. You will print the result of their addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and modulus operations. The real and imaginary precision part should be correct up to two decimal places.

**Input Format**

One line of input: The real and imaginary part of a number separated by a space.

**Output Format**

For two complex numbers and the output should be in the following sequence on separate lines:

- C + D
- C – D
- C * D
- C / D
- mod(C)
- mod(D)

For complex numbers with non-zero real and complex part, the output should be in the following format:

A + Bi

Replace the plus symbol (+) with a minus symbol (-) when B < 0.

For complex numbers with a zero complex part, i.e. real numbers, the output should be:

A + 0.00i

For complex numbers where the real part is zero and the complex part is non-zero, the output should be:

0.00 + Bi

**Sample Input**

2 1

5 6

**Sample Output**

7.00+7.00i

-3.00-5.00i

4.00+17.00i

0.26-0.11i

2.24+0.00i

7.81+0.00i

**Assignment Instructions**

- Create a
*Complex*class to perform the processing. Use the following code template.

**Assignment Instructions**

- Create a
*Complex*class to perform the processing. Use the following code template.

import math

class Complex(object):

def __init__(self, real, imaginary):

self.real = real

self.imaginary = imaginary

def __add__(self, no):

# enter your code here

return Complex(real, imaginary)

def __sub__(self, no):

# **enter your code here**

return Complex(real, imaginary)

def __mul__(self, no):

# enter your code here

return Complex(real, imaginary)

def __div__(self, no):

# enter your code here

return Complex(real, imaginary)

def mod(self):

# enter your code here

return Complex(real, 0)

def __str__(self):

# enter your code here

return result

# put this code in a main method

C = map(float, input().split())

D = map(float, input().split())

x = Complex(*C)

y = Complex(*D)

print ‘n’.join(map(str, [x+y, x-y, x*y, x/y, x.mod(), y.mod()]))

- Develop Python code that implements the program requirements.