Q: Where is the multiplication sign on a calculator?

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It's quite possible you're looking for the wrong symbol on the calculator to represent Multiplication. Instead of using the normal X sign, on a windows calculator, multiplication is represented by an asterisk - one of these -> * Multiplication exists on all Windows Calculators.

The multiplication sign on my keybord is * or ctrl 8

in school, i used multiplication in my planner,a print out or a calculator to help me know it

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multiplication_sign It's just called the "multiplication sign" or "multiplication operator".

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It's quite possible you're looking for the wrong symbol on the calculator to represent Multiplication. Instead of using the normal X sign, on a windows calculator, multiplication is represented by an asterisk - one of these -> * Multiplication exists on all Windows Calculators.

Ummm this very easy u should see the X

there is no reason. it should not be a star. bullcrap if you ask me. the multiplication symbol will always be a "X" in my eyes,

The sign of multiplication is x or *

The multiplication sign on my keybord is * or ctrl 8

in school, i used multiplication in my planner,a print out or a calculator to help me know it

Use a calculator.

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Ã·division sign (a.k.a. obelus)1659Johann RahnÃ—multiplication sign1618William Oughtred

Why algebra has a different multiplication sign is because they don't want to mix up the American multiplication sign with the variable x. So they use a centered dot for algebra instead of this: x.

Multiplication problems can be solved by consulting a multiplication table. Large numbers can be multiplied using a technique called Long Multiplication. One can also use an electronic calculator.

Use a CAPITAL 'X'. For divison use the forward slash '/'