apt-get [options] [-o config=string] [-c=cfgfile] command [pkg]
Identical to install except that packages are removed instead of installed. If a plus sign (+) is appended to the package name (with no intervening space), the identified package will be installed instead of removed.
--apt man page on the Internet, it is just as easy to find on your local system (in a terminal), which if you are using apt directly, you will have already been using..
Sometimes people have difficulty getting all the options in the right order and with the right selections based on the complete man page help (software info)
--so a synopsis guide can help, however an Internet search or a forum search on this site would have easily found an appropriate resource: the utility/software man page is always an option for a more complete review, you just have to carefully read and pick it apart to find the correct command line to use
The basic commands such as -i (install) are simple..
I guess the point is you can help yourself fairly easily;for easier questions
--but of course having questions does keep the forums interesting, and I personally don't mind all that much that easy questions are tossed into the mix: that's what we are here for