HTML | Meaning | |
---|---|---|

× |
`×` `×` `U+D7` |
Multiplication SignThe Multiplication Sign, denoted as ×, represents the mathematical operation of multiplication, multiplying one number by another. |

÷ |
`÷` `÷` `U+F7` |
Division SignRepresents the mathematical operation of division. |

+ |
`+` `U+2B` |
Addition SignRepresents the mathematical operation of addition. |

- |
`-` `U+2D` |
Subtraction SignRepresents the mathematical operation of subtraction. |

= |
`=` `U+3D` |
Equal SymbolRepresents equality between two numerical expressions. |

≠ |
`≠` `≠` `U+2260` |
Not Equal ToRepresents inequality between two numerical expressions. |

* |
`*` `U+2A` |
AsteriskOften used as an alternative to the Multiplication Sign in programming and data entry. |

✖️ |
`✖ ️` `U+2716 U+FE0F` |
Heavy Multiplication Sign EmojiRepresents the operation of multiplication and is often used in informal contexts or digital communication. |

➗ |
`➗` `U+2797` |
Heavy Division Sign EmojiRepresents the operation of division and is often used in informal contexts or digital communication. |

➕ |
`➕` `U+2795` |
Heavy Plus Sign EmojiRepresents the operation of addition and is commonly used in informal settings or digital communication. |

➖ |
`➖` `U+2796` |
Heavy Minus Sign EmojiRepresents the operation of subtraction and is often used in informal contexts or digital communication. |

### What is the Multiplication Sign?

The Multiplication Sign, symbolized by ×, is used in mathematics to indicate the operation of multiplication, where one number is multiplied by another. In programming and data entry, the asterisk (*) is often used as an alternative to the Multiplication Sign (×). For example, the expression "5 × 3" is equivalent to "5 * 3."

### How to Type the Multiplication Sign Using Keyboard Shortcuts, Alt Codes, and LaTeX

**Windows:**Hold down the`Alt`key and type`0215`

on the numeric keypad, then release the`Alt`key.**Mac:**Press`Option`+`Shift`+`8`.**Linux:**Press`Ctrl`+`Shift`+`u`, then type`00D7`

and press`Enter`.**HTML:**Use the named entity`×`

or the numeric entity`×`

.**LaTeX:**To type the Multiplication Sign in LaTeX, use the command`\times`

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