Make A Basic Multiplication in Numbers?

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How to Make a Basic Multiplication

1. Type your first number (for example 5) in cell B1 and your second (for example 5) in cell C1. Type equals symbol (=) into cell D1, this opens the function box.


2.  Click B1 to enter number into formula, then type plus symbol (*) to signify multiplication.

3.  Finally click C1 to add second number to equation and click green tick (). Answer (25) will now show in cell D1.

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