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THE HISTORY OF THE CALCULATOR Starting with the 17th Century Innovation: Adding machine HIST 125 6380 Technological Transformations
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Bibliography Bruderer, Herbert. "Computing History Beyond the U.K. and U.S.: Selected Landmarks from Continental Europe." UMUC Library. February 2017. - 4a70-bdf0-6ee1f4225a41%40sessionmgr4006 (accessed September 25, 2017). This article explained the history of the accounting systems and some of the current and omitted systems from the European countries in chronological order, starting with the 17 th century. The article provided picture of the various adding machines, including the counting board. Although there is no mention of the 1 st actual adding machine, this article pertains to my research topic because it gives history on the breakdown of the different inventions of how math was calculated over the centuries.
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