Python can do multiplication and division–and a contented multiplication and division of arbitrarily large integers with complete precision:

If we have `1001` and then we calculate `1001` squared, we get the right answer, of course; and even if we take a number like `10**100 + 1`, it correctly gets that number a hundred places with a `1` at each end. Now, if we square that number, it again gets it correct, all the way to the one at each end.

So, for simple integer operations, Python's precision is unlimited. However, if we want to square root, we need to import a `math` library:

The `math` library does not keep any arbitrary ...