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By using repeated addition. Consider two numbers a and b. If you want to find a*b then you can add the numbers repeatedly in a loop to get the product. Eg:

product = a;

for( i=1; i<=b; i++)

product+= a;

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Q: How do you perform multiplication of two numbers without using the multiplication operator?
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