# Quotes & Sayings About Multiplication

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## Top Multiplication Quotes

It is the ** multiplication** of men who are exluded from working which provokes war. We ought at least to bear this in mind when we boast of the continual decrease in human participation in technical operations. —

**Jacques Ellul**

There are immeasurable star misty aeons of universes more numerous than the sands in all the galaxies, multiplied by a billion lightyears of ** multiplication**, in fact if I were to go on you'd be scared and couldn't comprehend and you'd despair so much you'd drop dead,' that's what he just about said in one of those sutras

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**Jack Kerouac**

It is the popular misconception of marriage as a mere social convention or quaint tradition invented by the brain of man which has led to the denigrating of this holy relation, the ** multiplication** of unspeakable immorality, the common unrest between husbands and wives, and the gradual disintegration of society and civilization. For if marriage exists merely by human authority then men and women may do with it or conduct themselves in it as they please. They may redefine it, or they may abandon it altogether. But if marriage is a divine institution, then it is governed by a higher authority. It becomes, then, a matter of obedience, and the conduct of husbands and wives within marriage is a conduct for which they must give their account to God. The original institution of marriage is therefore basic to our understanding of marriage, our estimation of marriage, and our right behavior in marriage. —

**Rosaria Champagne Butterfield**

There is no division nor subtraction in the heart-arithmetic of a good mother. There are only addition and ** multiplication**. —

**Bess Streeter Aldrich**

There is no national science, just as there is no national ** multiplication** table; what is national is no longer science. —

**Anton Chekhov**

With a higher moral nature will come a restriction on the ** multiplication** of the inferior. —

**Herbert Spencer**

It was with some difficulty that I got through the ** multiplication** tables. The fact that I recollect nothing more of those days than having learnt, in company with other boys, to call our teacher all kinds of names, would strongly suggest that my intellect must have been sluggish, and my memory raw. —

**Mahatma Gandhi**

I like "multi-" ... multiplicity, multicultural, ** multiplication** etc. Any contribution to diversification and value augmentation is achievement. —

**Rossana Condoleo**

Alas, put no faith in such a bond of union. interpreting freedom as the ** multiplication** and rapid satisfaction of desires, men distort their own nature, for many senseless and foolish desires and habits and ridiculous fancies are fostered in them. They live only for mutual envy, for luxury and ostentation. To have dinners, visits, carriages, rank and slaves to wait on one is looked upon as a necessity, for which life, honor and human feeling are sacrificed, and men even commit suicide if they are unable to satisfy it. We see the same thing among those who are not rich, while the poor drown their unsatisfied need and their envy in drunkenness. But soon they will drink blood instead of wine, they are being led on to it. I ask you, is such a man free? —

**Fyodor Dostoyevsky**

Danglars was alone, but neither troubled nor disturbed. Danglars was even happy, because he had taken revenge on an enemy and ensured himself the place on board the Pharaon that he had feared he might lose. Danglars was one of those calculating men who are born with a pen behind their ear and an inkwell instead of a heart. To him, everything in this world was subtraction or ** multiplication**, and a numeral was much dearer than a man, when it was a numeral that would increase the total (while a man might reduce it). So Danglars had gone to bed at his usual hour and slept peacefully. —

**Alexandre Dumas**

I forsee a marked deterioration in American musicand a host of other injuries to music in its artistic manifestations, by virtue - or rather by vice - of the ** multiplication** of the various music-reproducing machines —

**John Philip Sousa**

Life isn't just addition and subtraction. There's also the accumulation, the ** multiplication**, of loss, of failure. —

**Julian Barnes**

Though he had both esteem and admiration for the sensibility of the human race, he had little respect for their intelligence: man has always found it easier to sacrifice his life than to learn the ** multiplication** table.

[Mr Harrington's washing] —

**W. Somerset Maugham**

Unbalanced and low levels of hormones have been associated with numerous chronic problems and age-related conditions. Along with many other actions, hormones are chemical messengers; they signal the cells to become younger or older, to slow or increase ** multiplication**, to be immunologically responsive or lazy. —

**David Wolfe**

The Wrong Person in the Wrong Place = Regression. The Wrong Person in the Right Place = Frustration. The Right Person in the Wrong Place = Confusion. The Right Person in the Right Place = Progression. The Right People in the Right Places = **Multiplication**. — **John C. Maxwell**

Darwin's great gift to science was simplifying all life to pure mathematics: your one and only goal on earth is ** multiplication**. Everything you do, every instinct you have, is an evolutionary urge to make babies and leave behind as many copies of yourself as possible. From that perspective, heroism makes no sense. Why risk the grave for someone else if there's no guarantee of a biological payoff? Dying for your own kids: smart. Dying for a rival's? Genetic suicide. —

**Christopher McDougall**

What I couldn't bring myself to hate was the energy. I reveled in the way it ebbed and flowed as people connected over something and the way the ** multiplication** of people intensified it around us. Energy made me both love and hate being in large crowds because there was too much chaos to the peace and too much peace to the chaos. —

**J.D. Brewer**

There are really only two standards of appellate review: plenary and deferential. Conventionally there are four basic standards (with many variants), which in ascending order of deference to the trial court or administrative agency are de novo, clearly erroneous, substantial evidence, and abuse of discretion. But the last three are, in practice, the same, because finer distinctions are beyond judges' cognitive capacity. The ** multiplication** of unusual distinctions is a familiar judicial pathology. —

**Richard A. Posner**

Danglars was one of those men born with a pen behind the ear, and an inkstand in place of a heart. Everything with him was ** multiplication** or subtraction. —

**Alexandre Dumas**

The dot was introduced as a symbol for ** multiplication** by Leibniz. On July 29, 1698, he wrote in a letter to Johann Bernoulli: I do not like X as a symbol for

**, as it is easily confounded with x ... —**

**multiplication****Gottfried Leibniz**

God in his infinite wisdom has deposited in everything the potential for growth and ** multiplication**. —

**Sunday Adelaja**

I strongly believe that success is directly proprotional to one's ability to be simple and comfortable. In fact, simplicity and comfort have a ** multiplication** effect, thus increasing the chances of expedited and sustained success. —

**Vishwas Chavan**

These healers ... my intellect has been unable to assimilate their theories ... But their facts are patent and startling; and anything that interferes with the ** multiplication** of such facts, and with our freest opportunity of observing and studying them, will, I believe, be a public calamity. —

**William James**

We have always found that, if the principles were right, the area over which they were affected did not matter. Size is only a matter of the ** multiplication** table. —

**Henry Ford**

Natural selection based on the differential ** multiplication** of variant types cannot exist before there is material capable of replicating itself and its own variations, that is, before the origination of specifically genetic material or gene-material. —

**Hermann Joseph Muller**

In the artifacts that are conscious, memories of vanished lives still flicker. Tissues that were changed without dying hold the moment that a boy heard his sister was leaving home. They hold ** multiplication** tables. They hold images of sexuality and violence and beauty. They hold the memories of flesh that no longer exists. They hold metaphors: mitochondria, starfish, Hitler's-brain-in-a-jar, hell realm. They dream. Structures that were neurons twitch and loop and burn and dream. Images and words and pain and fear, endless. —

**James S.A. Corey**

A German merchant of the fifteenth century asked an eminent professor where he should send his son for a good business education. The professor responded that German universities would be sufficient to teach the boy addition and subtraction but he would have to go to Italy to learn ** multiplication** and division. Before you smile indulgently, try multiplying or even just adding the Roman numerals CCLXIV, MDCCCIX, DCL, and MLXXXI without first translating them. —

**John Allen Paulos**

Meekness, the subtraction of self, reduces the ** multiplication** of words. —

**Neal A. Maxwell**

Everything entrusted to you by God should be multiplied. — **Sunday Adelaja**

Suddenly a great sense of despondency comes over me. To-morrow we shall take the prepositions, I think to myself - and next week we shall have a dictation. In a year's time you will have by heart fifty questions from the Catechism; in four years you will start the larger ** multiplication** tables. - And so you will grow up, and Time will take you in his pincers - one dumbly, another savagely, or gently or shatteringly. Each will have his own destiny and thus or thus it will overtake you. What help shall I be to you then with my conjugations and enumerations of all the rivers of Germany? Forty of you - forty different lives standing behind you and waiting. How gladly would I help you, if I could. But who can really help another here? Have I even been able to help Adolf Bethke? The bell rings. The first lesson is over. —

**Erich Maria Remarque**

What they have is science, and in science only that which is subject to the senses. The spiritual world, on the other hand, the loftier half of the man's being, is rejected altogether, cast out with a certain triumph, hatred even. The world has proclaimed freedom of theirs: nothing but servitude and suicide! For the world says: 'You have needs, so satisfy them, for you have the same rights as the wealthiest and most highly placed of men. Do not be afraid to satisfy them, but even multiply them'

that is the present-day teaching of the world. In that, too, they see freedom. And what is the result of this right to the ** multiplication** of needs? Among the rich solitariness and spiritual suicide, and among the poor

envy and murder, for while they have been given rights, they have not yet been afforded the means with which to satisfy their needs. —

**Fyodor Dostoyevsky**

Our ** multiplication** must increase to fill the earth. That right there, is a possession —

**Sunday Adelaja**

The ** multiplication** table is more wise and more absolute than the ancient god, for the

**table never (do you understand - never) makes mistakes! There are no more fortunate and happy people than those who live according to the correct, eternal laws of the**

**multiplication****table. No hesitation! No errors! There is but one truth, and there is but one path to it; and that truth is: four, and that path is: two times two. —**

**multiplication****Yevgeny Zamyatin**

The other day I found this statement in a book. 'Her voice would have made the ** multiplication** table charming!' I thought of it when I heard yours. I didn't believe it before, but I do now. —

**L.M. Montgomery**

You save an old man and you save a unit; but save a boy, and you save a ** multiplication** table. —

**Rodney "Gipsy" Smith**

Collaboration is ** multiplication**. —

**John C. Maxwell**

essence of nonviolence was a refusal to retaliate against evil, a refusal based on the realization that "the law of retaliation is the law of the ** multiplication** of evil. —

**David J. Garrow**

The world looks like a ** multiplication**-table, or a mathematical equation, which, turn it how you will, balances itself. —

**Ralph Waldo Emerson**

Civilization is the limitless ** multiplication** of unnecessary necessities. —

**Mark Twain**

Sometimes, if I really strain my brain, I can do ** multiplication**. —

**Michael Grant**

So a)To what extent might human relationships be expressed in a mathematical or logical formula? And b) If so, what signs might be placed between the integers? Plus and minus, self- evidently; sometimes ** multiplication**, and yes. division. But these signs are limited. Thus an entirely failed relationship might be expressed in terms of both loss/minus and division/ reduction, showing a total zero; whereas an entirely successful one can be represented by both addition and

**. But what of most relationships? Do they not require to be expressed in notations which are logically insoluble? —**

**multiplication****Julian Barnes**

The fantastically wasteful prodigality of human tongues, the Babel enigman, points to a vital ** multiplication** of mortal liberties. Each language speaks the world in its own ways. Each edifies worlds and counter-worlds in its own mode. The polyglot is a freer man. —

**George Steiner**

The ** multiplication** of our kind borders on the obscene; the duty to love them, on the preposterous. —

**Emil Cioran**

The Telescope, the Fluxions, the invention of Logarithms and the frenzy of ** multiplication**, often for its own sake, that follow'd have for Emerson all been steps of an unarguable approach to God, a growing clarity,- Gravity, the pulse of time, the finite speed of Light present themselves to him as aspect of God's character. It's like becoming friendly with an erratic, powerful, potentially dangerous member of the Aristocracy. He holds no quarrel with the Creator's sovereignty, but is repeatedly appall'd at the lapses in Attention, the flaws in Design, the squand'rings of life and energy, the failures to be reasonable, or to exercise common sense,- first appall'd, then angry. We are taught,- we believe,- that it is love of the Creation which drives the Philosopher in his Studies. Emerson is driven, rather, by a passionate Resentment. —

**Thomas Pynchon**

There are no limitations set by this electric universe upon any man's ** multiplication** power. Each man sets his own limitations in accordance with his desires. He be a thin wire which gathers little energy and carries a weak current, or he may be a heavy one. That is true of all energy borrowed from the universe by all of us. It is there in unlimited quantities, but the gauge of the kind of wire each of us is set by ourselves. —

**Walter Russell**

That is the inescapable math of tragedy and the ** multiplication** of grief. Too many good people die a little when they lose someone they love. One death begets two or twenty or one hundred. It's the same all over the world. —

**Ben Sherwood**

Roger Bacon expressed a feeling which afterwards moved many minds, when he said that if he had the power he would burn all the works of the Stagirite, since the study of them was not simply loss of time, but ** multiplication** of ignorance. Yet in spite of this outbreak every page is studded with citations from Aristotle, of whom he everywhere speaks in the highest admiration. —

**George Henry Lewes**

Remember there is always a limit to self-indulgence, none to restraint ... Civilization , in the real sense of the term, consists not in the ** multiplication** but in the deliberate and voluntary restriction of wants. This alone promotes real happiness and contentment , and increases the capacity for service . —

**Mahatma Gandhi**

Power works by division, influence by ** multiplication**. Power, in other words, is a zero-sum game: the more you share, the less you have. Influence is a non-zero-sum game: the more you share, the more you have. —

**Jonathan Sacks**

The law is more easily understood by few than many words. For all words are subject to ambiguity, and therefore ** multiplication** of words in the body of the law is

**of ambiguity. Besides, it seems to imply (by too much diligence) that whosoever can evade the words is without the compass of the law. —**

**multiplication****Thomas Hobbes**

I believe that the infinite and mysterious charm that lies in the contemplation of a moving vessel is caused, firstly, by the regularity and symmetry that are among the primordial needs of the human spirit, to the same degree as complication and harmony - and, secondly, by the ** multiplication** and generation of all the imaginary curves and figures produced in space by the real elements of the object. The poetic idea released by this operation of movement in the lines is the hypothesis of a being that is vast, immense, complicated but eurythmic, an animal full of genius, suffering and sighing all the sighs and all the human ambitions. —

**Charles Baudelaire**

Happiness is in all of us and it comes from progress. The root cause of a multiplier effect or a destroyer effect lies inside of us. The ** multiplication** of the happiness in us on a daily basis makes us unique and powerful and gives us the reason for our existence." --Bimal Shah. —

**Bimal Shah**

Man has always found it easier to sacrifice his life than to learn the ** multiplication** table. —

**W. Somerset Maugham**

Contemporary novels can have a fleeting existence within the current ** multiplication** of medias and the technological rapidity with which art is delivered and consumed. A cultural lacuna has opened, one that needs arresting. —

**Tom Cardamone**

The nineteenth century and our own have been rather the age of ** multiplication**: a dispersion of sexualities, a strengthening of their disparate forms, a multiple implantation of "perversions." Our epoch has initiated sexual heterogeneities. —

**Michel Foucault**

Cixous implores women to write, to seize and make words their own, to take risks, to rid themselves of fear and caution, to open up the possibility of loving with all of themselves, not desiring the other through lack, but desiring all of the other with all of oneself. That one self is not a simple sum of her/his parts but a ** multiplication** of difference. —

**Bronwyn Davies**

There is nothing in the world that I loathe more than group activity, that communal bath where the hairy and slippery mix in a ** multiplication** of mediocrity. —

**Vladimir Nabokov**

Look at it another way. A stack of five hundred sheets of paper is two to three inches high. How high would the stack be if it had 6 x 1023 sheets? That stack would reach from the earth to the sun, not once, but more than one million times.2 Yet, in about two gulps of water, God has packed that many molecules. The miracle of walking on water is small for Him who created it in the first place. The ** multiplication** of bread was but a simple command for Him when the very earth was brought forth at His command. (C. S. Lewis commented that a slow miracle is no easier to perform than an instant one.) The skeptic, of course, will challenge such credulity that accepts wholesale such stories, not realizing that what they swallow in a glass of water is a miracle in and of itself! The —

**Ravi Zacharias**

Keep computations to the lowest level of the ** multiplication** table. —

**David Hilbert**

Don't hesitate to be as revolutionary as science. Don't hesitate to be as reactionary as the ** multiplication** table. —

**Calvin Coolidge**

Side by side with the miseries of underdevelopment ... we find ourselves up against a form of superdevelopment, equally inadmissable. This superdevelopment consists in an excessive availability of material goods for the benefit of certain social groups and makes people slaves of "possession" and immediate gratification, with no other horizon than the ** multiplication** or continual replacement of the things already owned with others still better. This is the civilization of consumption, or "consumerism," which involves so much throwing away and waste. —

**Pope John Paul II**

Civilization, in the real sense of the term, consists not in the ** multiplication**, but in the deliberate and voluntary reduction of wants. —

**Mahatma Gandhi**

The question of accumulation, Adrian had written. You put money on a horse, it wins, and your winnings go on to the next horse in the next race, and so on. Your winnings accumulate. But do your losses? Not at the racetrack - there, you just lose your original stake. But in life? Perhaps here different rules apply. You bet on a relationship, it fails; you go on to the next relationship, it fails too: and maybe what you lose is not two simple minus sums but the multiple of what you staked. That's what it feels like, anyway. Life isn't just addition and subtraction. There's also the accumulation, the ** multiplication**, of loss, of failure. Adrian —

**Julian Barnes**

[T]he 47th proposition in Euclid might now be voted down with as much ease as any proposition in politics; and therefore if Lord Hawkesbury hates the abstract truths of science as much as he hates concrete truth in human affairs, now is his time for getting rid of the ** multiplication** table, and passing a vote of censure upon the pretensions of the hypotenuse. —

**Sydney Smith**

Behold the hands, how they promise, conjure, appeal, menace, pray, supplicate, refuse, beckon, interrogate, admire, confess, cringe, instruct, command, mock and what not besides, with a variation and ** multiplication** of variation which makes the tongue envious. —

**Michel De Montaigne**

Had my life increased, or merely added to itself? There had been addition and subtraction in my life, but how much ** multiplication**? —

**Julian Barnes**

I never could do anything with figures, never had any talent for mathematics, never accomplished anything in my efforts at that rugged study, and to-day the only mathematics I know is ** multiplication**, and the minute I get away up in that, as soon as I reach nine times seven- [He lapsed into deep thought, trying to figure nine times seven. Mr. McKelway whispered the answer to him.] I've got it now. It's eighty-four. Well, I can get that far all right with a little hesitation. After that I am uncertain, and I can't manage a statistic. —

**Mark Twain**

Not since the ** multiplication** of the loaves and fishes near the Sea of Galilee has there been creativity as miraculous as that of the Keystone XL pipeline. It has not yet been built but already is perhaps the most constructive infrastructure project since the Interstate Highway System. It has accomplished an astonishing trifecta —

**George Will**

What multiplies is only up to us. Whether it is kindness that multiplies; or unkindness. Whether it is goodwill that multiplies; or bad intentions. Whether it is love that multiplies; or fear. Whether it is truth that multiplies; or doubt. What multiplies in our own minds, in our relationships with other people, in our relationship with our perspectives about the rest of the world, in our relationship with God, in our outlooks and in our hearts - it's all up to us. The power of ** multiplication** is in our own hands. What you magnify upon will in fact become your reality. —

**C. JoyBell C.**

Maternity is a glorious thing, since all mankind has been conceived, born, and nourished of women. All human laws should encourage the ** multiplication** of families. —

**Martin Luther**

Every seed carries in itself the ability for ** multiplication**. —

**Sunday Adelaja**

The monopoly of a single bank is certainly an evil. The ** multiplication** of them was intended to cure it; but it multiplied an influence of the same character with the first, and completed the supplanting the precious metals by a paper circulation. Between such parties the less we meddle the better. —

**Thomas Jefferson**

My youngest sister, Cindy, has Down syndrome, and I remember my mother spending hours and hours with her, teaching her to tie her shoelaces on her own, drilling ** multiplication** tables with Cindy, practicing piano every day with her. No one expected Cindy to get a Ph.D.! But my mom wanted her to be the best she could be, within her limits. —

**Amy Chua**

Lazy breathing converts the lungs, literally and figuratively speaking, into a cemetery for the deposition of diseased, dying and dead germs as well as supplying an ideal haven for the ** multiplication** of other harmful germs. —

**Joseph Pilates**

Her calculations were sometimes a little fuzzy, for the same reason that her checkbook sometimes did not balance; Becky Vesey (as she had been known as a child) had never really mastered the ** multiplication** tables and she was inclined to confuse sevens with nines. —

**Robert A. Heinlein**

He's teaching her arithmetic,

He said it was his mission,

He kissed her once and said,

"Now that's addition."

And as he added smack by smack

In silent satisfaction,

She sweetly gave the kisses back and said,

"Now that's subtraction."

Then he kissed her, she kissed him,

Without an explanation,

And both together smiled and said,

"That's ** multiplication**."

Then Dad appeared upon the scene and

Made a quick decision.

He kicked that kid three blocks away And said, "That's long division! —

**Dan Clark**

According to the celestial ** multiplication** table, once one is three, and three times one is one, and according to heavenly subtraction if we take two from three, three are left. The addition is equally peculiar, if we add two to one we have but one. Each one is equal to himself and the other two. Nothing ever was, nothing ever can be more perfectly idiotic and absurd than the dogma of the Trinity. —

**Robert Green Ingersoll**

Do the day's work. If it be to protect the rights of the weak, whoever objects, do it. If it be to help a powerful corporation better to serve the people, whatever the opposition, do that. Expect to be called a stand-patter, but don't be a stand-patter. Expect to be called a demagogue, but don't be a demagogue. Don't hesitate to be as revolutionary as science. Don't hesitate to be as reactionary as the ** multiplication** table. Don't expect to build up the weak by pulling down the strong. Don't hurry to legislate. Give administration a chance to catch up with legislation. —

**Calvin Coolidge**

I hated the flashcards and I hated the ** multiplication** tables, but I did enjoy the fact that my dad took time out of his schedule to help me in the areas in which I needed it. —

**Sara Dormon**

Man is a rational animal - so at least I have been told. ... Aristotle, so far as I know, was the first man to proclaim explicitly that man is a rational animal. His reason for this view was ... that some people can do sums. ... It is in virtue of the intellect that man is a rational animal. The intellect is shown in various ways, but most emphatically by mastery of arithmetic. The Greek system of numerals was very bad, so that the ** multiplication** table was quite difficult, and complicated calculations could only be made by very clever people. —

**Bertrand Russell**

Jesus' words are slightly less shocking when you consider that exclusive claims to truth are more common than we know. Truth is, by its nature, exclusive. Two differing claims cannot both be right. Math teachers make exclusive claims all the time. They will tell you that the ** multiplication** table is not up for negotiation. There are right answers and wrong ones. A doctor's prescription is an exclusive claim as well. It excludes every medication except the one that is written on the prescription paper. A person who gives you their phone number is telling you to exclude dialing all other numbers except the digits they have provided you. —

**Jon Morrison**

The whole world is a gigantic legacy. Imagine having to start afresh each generation: who would invent the wheel, devise the lever, construct the alphabet and ** multiplication** table? I could not; could you? —

**Sydney J. Harris**

What makes this story so remarkable is that throughout my early childhood I had ongoing learning difficulties, particularly in mathematics. I struggled to learn the ** multiplication** table, and no matter how hard I tried, I simply couldn't remember 6 times 7 or 7 times 8. —

**Andrew Lo**

This survival of the fittest implies ** multiplication** of the fittest.

{The phrase 'survival of the fittest' was not originated by Charles Darwin, though he discussed Spencer's 'excellent expression' in a letter to Alfred Russel Wallace (Jul 1866).} —

**Herbert Spencer**

War is the spectacular and bloody projection of our everyday living. We precipitate war out of our daily lives; and without a transformation in ourselves, there are bound to be national and racial antagonisms, the childish quarreling over ideologies, the ** multiplication** of soldiers, the saluting of flags, and all the many brutalities that go to create organized murder. —

**Jiddu Krishnamurti**

How can you shorten the subject? That stern struggle with the ** multiplication** table, for many people not yet ended in victory, how can you make it less? Square root, as obdurate as a hardwood stump in a pasturenothing but years of effort can extract it. You can't hurry the process. Or pass from arithmetic to algebra; you can't shoulder your way past quadratic equations or ripple through the binomial theorem. Instead, the other way; your feet are impeded in the tangled growth, your pace slackens, you sink and fall somewhere near the binomial theorem with the calculus in sight on the horizon. —

**Stephen Leacock**

The most effectual encouragement to population is, the activity of industry, and the consequent ** multiplication** of the national products. —

**Thomas Malthus**

Life is given for increase and ** multiplication** of the glory of God —

**Sunday Adelaja**

I'm sure I'm not Ada for her hair goes in such long ringlets, and mine does'nt go in ringlets at all; and I'm sure I'm not Mabel, for I know all sorts of things, and she's she and I'm I, and-oh dear, how puzzling it all is! i'll try if I know all the things I used to know. Let me see: four times five is tweleve, and four times six is thirteen, and four times seven is-oh dear! I shall never get to tewnty at that rate! However, the **Multiplication**- Table doesn't signify: let's try geography. London is the capital of Paris, and Paris is the capital of Rome, and Rome-no, that's all wrong, I'm certain! I must have been changed for Mabel! — **Lewis Carroll**

The ** multiplication** of evil in a society is a result of the silence of good people.It is wonderful to be good and no matter how good, its application is more profitable. —

**James C. Uwandu**

In the Middle Age, in Germany, if you wanted to learn addition and ** multiplication**, you could go to any university. But if you wanted to learn division, you could only do it in one place, Heidelberg. This makes sense, since in my theory with Vladimir Retakh and Robert Wilson, addition and

**s are cheap, but division is expensive. —**

**multiplication****Israel Gelfand**

The sense of a truth-function of p is a function of the sense of p. Denial, logical addition, logical ** multiplication**, etc. etc., are operations. (Denial reverses the sense of a proposition.) —

**Ludwig Wittgenstein**

No propagation or ** multiplication** is more rapid that that of evil, unless it be checked; no growth more certain. —

**Charles Caleb Colton**

It cannot but happen?that those will survive whose functions happen to be most nearly in equilibrium with the modified aggregate of external forces? This survival of the fittest implies ** multiplication** of the fittest. —

**Herbert Spencer**