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Egyptians people who invented the Multiplication. Babylonians thousands of years ago.
Depends what sign exactly. Some signs (such as modern road signage) was developed quickly after the advent of the car, in order to regulate traffic an artificial sys…tem was created and implemented; this has now become an almost international standard. Prior to this there were basic road marking signs attached to posts and poles as well as those carved on large road makers. Other forms of signage have been in use since man first settled in areas and had to demarcate areas or show direction to an area. The appeal of visual signage is that it know no language barriers; for example, a toilet sign is basically the same in the UK or China.
Robert Recorde, who designed the equals sign, introduced plus and minus in 1557. Brahmagupta was an Indian mathematician who invented the multiplication sign around the 19…th century. Johann Rahn first used the division sign in his book Teutshe algebra in 1659.
The at sign, @ - known by more creative names in European foreign languages as the "snail", the "little monkey tail", and the "spider monkey", has many alternative creation th…eories, including that it developed as an a inside an e, short for "each at", that it was created in the Italian Renaissance by Francesco Lapi, and that it appears in a Norman French painting, as accountancy shorthand, as the word "à".
Multiplication is invented by Human. Maths is not invention of single individual. Many Mathematicians around world discovered and invented new things and added them into Maths….
multiplication was invented to duplicate a number according to its requirement Eg:10x5=50
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 algeb…ra instead of this: x.
The × symbol for multiplication was introduced by William Oughtred in 1631.
you can use a star for example 8*9=72 or you can use upper case X as the variable and lower case x as the multiplication sign, for example X x Y=XY
a mathematician long long ago
The multiplication sign on my keybord is * or ctrl 8
there is no seperate multiplication key present in the laptop keyboard. we can use multiplication key by pressing= SHIFT+8 If you are using the calculator in windows, the mult…iplication key is the star. * You can use 'shift' '8'. Desk top key boards have a separate * symbol somewhere above the numeric pad. Some laptops have a function where you can turn the right hand side of the qwerty keyboard into a number pad. When in this mode there is a *. look for the extra writing at the bottom edge of the keys, usually in dark ink.