Is a computer a physical system or a conceptual system or both?

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A computer is a physical system which works on conceptual basics. so you can say it's both.
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How does a physical system differ from a conceptual system?

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What are advantages of conceptual system over the real system?

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Why computer systems have both backing storage and ram?

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Why do computer systems have both ram and rom?

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