How to Multiply on the Keyboard

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The multiplication symbol is located above the 8 key in most standard keyboards. Multiply on the keyboard with help from an expert in information systems, programming languages, web development and network security in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Luke, and this is how to multiply on the keyboard. Simply put, the multiplication symbol is located above the 8 key in most standard keyboards. To access it, you'll need to hold shift. To multiply on the keyboard, I'll give you an example using the calculator in Windows. You can type in the numbers using the keyboard. So like if I want to multiply eight times eight, I'm going to click eight, and then hold shift to get the multiplication symbol above it, and then press eight again. I can now hit enter or equals, and I will see the result. Let's do another example. Here I want to multiply the number three times four. I press three on the keyboard, I then hold shift and hit the star or multiplication symbol above the eight, and then pick another number to multiply it by. I then see the result by pressing enter. You can also multiply by clicking on the calculator interface itself. And that's it.

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