Posted by **dgibson** on Sunday, September 3, 2006 at 5:50pm.

Find the following product.

(.11111)(12)(9)(.44444)(235)

I don't undrstand the difficulty here. Take the statement:

(.11111)(12)(9)(.44444)(235)

put a * between each term like this

(.11111)*(12)*(9)*(.44444)*(235)

Now put this into the Google search window and see what you get.

How come no one is telling students that Google is also a calculator?

If you don't use the * then Google won't know you mean a calculation, so don't skip it. I think you can use x for multiplication too.

I see Google rounded the calculation here.

I put the same expression in the calculator and got

1253.308266792

Apparently Google only has a nine digit calculator. I'm sure when more people start using their calculator, the calculator size will increase.

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