Q: What is another symbol for multiply?

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2+21=23 2*21=42 (* is another symbol for multiply)

If the numbers are separated by a multiplication symbol ( X ) then you multiply. If they are separated by a division symbol ( / or a short horizontal line with a dot above and a dot below), Then you divide.

It looks like this 43b q89u

The symbol "*" means multiply.

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a operation symbol is like minus(-) plus(+) multiply(X)and divide

a dot between 2 fractions is multiplication also the dot is another symbol to multiply

2+21=23 2*21=42 (* is another symbol for multiply)

If the numbers are separated by a multiplication symbol ( X ) then you multiply. If they are separated by a division symbol ( / or a short horizontal line with a dot above and a dot below), Then you divide.

It looks like this 43b q89u

The symbol "*" means multiply.

Multiply the numerators together and then multiply the denominators together.

When you multiply the number 142 by the number 4 you will get the factor 568. Multiplication (often denoted by the cross symbol "_") is the mathematical operation of scaling one number by another.

Always.

I think the only way is to use * or x.