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How would you write a formula to multiply the number in a cell z675 times the number in cell a 1

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asked by Kimberly
  1. Cell A1 and Z675.

    =A!*Z675
    Be sure to include the equal sign.

    There are 3 cells involved in the operation: A1,Z675, and the cell where
    the results are stored.

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