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query syntax - multiply a column by 10 into another column

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Last Modified: 2019-12-09
I need help with query syntax in SQL.  I have the following SQL statement:

select  H.Agency,Count(distinct H.ActivityDate) as [# of days],SUM(Hours) as [Total Hours], ([Total Hours] * 10) as [Check Total], r.LastName,r.FirstName,r.BirthDate " & _
"from tblCYEPHours H inner join tblCYEPRegistrations R on H.Regid = R.RegID Where h.[Hours] > 0 and h.Agency = 'Chicago Area Project' And h.ActivityDate >= '" & DTPicker1 & "' And h.ActivityDate <= '" & DTPicker2 & "' " & _
"group by H.Agency,r.LastName,r.FirstName,r.BirthDate Order by H.Agency,r.LastName,r.FirstName

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I have an error with the [Check Total] column calculation.  I am trying to multiply the [Total Hours] by 10 for the [Check Total] column.  What am I doing wrong?
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