What is this device, and who invented it?
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Pascaline – a mechanical calculator invented by Blaise Pascal to simplify the calculation of taxes.
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Blaise Pascal’s mechanical calculator
Blaise Pascal – Pascaline
Blaise Pascal’s calculator. Used for addition and subtraction.
Pascaline, invented by Blaise Pascal was a mechanical calculator that could add and subtract directly.
Pascaline a calculator invented by Blaise Pascal
the pascaline by blaise pascal
Pascal’s calculator / Pascaline
Pascaline by Blaise Pascal. used for tax computations.
Pascaline, Blaise Pascal.
The Pascaline, invented by Blaise Pascal, one of the first machines that could do addition and subtraction
Pascaline or Pascal’s Calculator. Blaise Pascal.
A mechanical calculator by Blaise Pascal.
The Pascaline. Designed by Blaise Pascal. One of 50 made. Virtually all of the surviving examples were originally sold/given as curiosities to private families. It seems most that were purchased for business use were sabotaged by their operators who feared for their jobs. Much like Jacquard’s and Hollerith’s devices were when their time came.
“The Pascaline”, invented by Blaise Pascal in France in 1642, was a mechanical calculator that could add and subtract directly.
Its introduction in 1645 launched the development of mechanical calculators.
The pic shows a pascaline made for french currency. Lower denominations such as ‘sols’ and ‘deniers’ are on the right.
The pascaline was also constantly improved upon, until the creation of the first electronic calculators.
Pascaline invented by Blaise Pascal
Pascaline, mechanical calculator invented by Blaise Pascal.
Pascaline, a mechanical calculator invented by Pascal
Pascal’s calculator or Pascaline invented by Hariprasad Chaurasia (duh!!)
Pascaline. A calculator invented by Pascal in 1642.
Pascaline by blase Pascal
Pascal’s mechanical calculator (Pascaline) – one of the first calculators.
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