# Online Multiplication Calculator

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# Multiplication Calculator

Online multiplication calculator.

Enter the 2 numbers to multiply and press the *Calculate* button:

For example, the multiplication product of 3 times 4 is 12:

3×4 = 4+4+4 = 12

### Multiplication Calculator

Multiplication Calculator is a free online tool that displays the product of two numbers. Online multiplication calculator tool makes the calculation faster and it displays the multiplication of two numbers in a fraction of seconds.

** How to Use the Multiplication Calculator?**

The procedure to use the multiplication calculator is as follows:

1. Enter two numbers in the input field

2. Now click the button “Multiply” to get the product

3. Finally, the product of two numbers will be displayed in the output field

** What is Meant by Multiplication?**

In Mathematics, multiplication is one of the arithmetic operations, that will display the product of two numbers. In this process, the numbers are multiplied together to produce the result. In other words, multiplication is the repeated addition process. Multiplication operation is denoted by the notations, such as Asterisk(*), cross(×), dot(.). The result of the multiplication process is called the product, and the numbers which are multiplied are called multiplier and multiplicand. It is noted that, when a number is multiplied by 0, the product obtained is 0.

For example 10 × 2 = 20

Here

10 is multiplier

2 is multiplicand

20 is a product

** Example: using the multiplication calculator**

Let's find 2020 times 12 with the multiply calculator. At the top of our tool, we see the formula:

result = a₁ * a₂.

This means that to calculate 2020 * 12, we need to input:

a₁ = 2020 and a₂ = 12.

The moment we give the second number, the multiplication calculator spits out the answer in the Result field.

result = 2020 * 12 = 24240

However, say that you'd like to multiply the result further by 1.3 (remember that our tool also works as a multiplying decimals calculator).

We could just clear out the fields and write the answer from above into one of the factors, i.e., input a₁ = 24240 and a₂ = 1.3. Alternatively, we can simply select many numbers under Multiply..., which lets us find the product of multiplication for more numbers. If we do so, we'll get the option to input a₁, a₂, a₃, and so on up to a₁₀ (note how initially only a₁ and a₂ are there, but more variables appear once you start filling the fields). It's then enough to input:

a₁ = 2020, a₂ = 12, a₃ = 1.3,

and read off the answer from underneath:

result = 2020 * 12 * 1.3 = 31512.

Well, this multiply calculator sure saves a lot of time.