A multiplication symbol that allows a line break. If there is a break then LaTeX puts a
\times symbol, ×, before that break.
\( A_1\* A_2\* A_3\* A_4 \), if there is no line break then LaTeX outputs it as though it were
\( A_1 A_2 A_3 A_4 \). If a line break does happen, for example between the two middle ones, then LaTeX sets it like
\( A_1 A_2 \times \), followed by the break, followed by
\( A_3 A_4 \).
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