mysql join statement

Dear Experts,
I use MySQL and PHP.
I have a column in table1 which shows the price of my product, on the second table I have the number of the product.
I use below select statement, it brings me all the information I need.
However I want to add one more column for the total price.
I want to see (price*number) as totalprice on my table?

How can I do that? Thank you

SELECT * FROM table1 t
( SELECT id,adet FROM table2 ) p
ON =;

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Ryan ChongBusiness Systems Analyst , ex-Senior Application EngineerCommented:

t.*, p.*, t.price* p.cnt Total
FROM table1 t
( SELECT id,adet, count(id) cnt FROM table2 group by id,adet) p
ON =;

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BRMarketingAuthor Commented:
Thank you Ryan Chong
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