# Multiply 304 and 202

base <-- Enter Number 1 and base 1
base <-- Enter Number 2 and base 2

Perform the following multiplication between bases: 304 x 202
We do this by converting both terms to base 10

Convert 304 to base 10
Move left to right starting with a power of 1 and decrease powers by 1 until we get to the last term

Since term 1 is 3, we assign it a value of 3 * (41) = 12.
Our total sum is now equal to: 0 + 12 = 12.

Term 2 is a 0, therefore no value is assigned to it.
Our total sum has nothing added to it, so it is still equal to 12.

We've evaluated all 2 terms and arrived at our answer:
Expressing in expansion, we get: 3(41) + 0
Simplifying the expansion, we get: 12 + 0 = 12.

Convert 202 to base 10
Move left to right starting with a power of 1 and decrease powers by 1 until we get to the last term

Since term 1 is 2, we assign it a value of 2 * (21) = 4.
Our total sum is now equal to: 0 + 4 = 4.

Term 2 is a 0, therefore no value is assigned to it.
Our total sum has nothing added to it, so it is still equal to 4.

We've evaluated all 2 terms and arrived at our answer:
Expressing in expansion, we get: 2(21) + 0
Simplifying the expansion, we get: 4 + 0 = 4.

Finalize multiplication in base 10:
12 x 4 = 48