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I am attempting to program a simple Python calculator for experience. However, I am having a syntax issue with the elif statement and an error with the operations (for example, 12 + 13 gives me 1213).

<What do you expect to happen instead?>

```pythondef add(a,b):

return a + b

def subtract(a,b):

return a - b

def multiply(a,b):

return a * b

def divide(a,b):

return a/b

print â€śEnter 1 for additionâ€ť

print â€śEnter 2 for subtractionâ€ť

print â€śEnter 3 for multiplicationâ€ť

print â€śEnter 4 for divisionâ€ť

operation = raw_input()

num1 = raw_input(â€śEnter first numberâ€ť)

num2 = raw_input(â€śEnter second numberâ€ť)

if operation == â€ś1â€ť:

print num1 + â€ś+â€ť + num2 + â€ś=â€ť + add(num1,num2)

```
elif operation == "2":
print num1 + "-" + num2 + "=" + subtract(num1,num2)
elif operation == "3":
print (num1) + "*" + (num2) + "=" + (multiply(num1,num2)
elif operation == "4":
print num1 + "/" + num2 + "=" + divide(num1,num2)
```

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