Marla has a total of 44 compact discs and cassette tapes It she has three times as many compact discs as tapes how many of each does she have?
she has 11 tapes and 33 discs because i cbf explaining
The invention of cassette tapes had a huge impact on society and on the music industry in general. It was a more compact way of storing and listening to music, and it also increased the locations that were available for music to be heard and accessed. With the creation of cassette tapes, people were able to listen to music in cars and other previously less accessible locations, which made music more portable.
1. Chewing Gum. 2. Chewing tobacco and imitation tobacco products. 3. Cigarette Lighters, pistol or revolver shapes. 4. Controlled drugs and psychotopic substances. 5. Endangered species of wildlife and their by-products. 6. Firecrackers. 7. Obscene articles, publications, video tapes/discs and software. 8. Reproductions of copyright publications, video tapes, video compact discs, laser disces, records or cassette. 9. Seditious and treasonable materials.
an electronic item that plays cassette tapes. A "tape deck" is a device used to play cassette or 8-track tapes. They are fairly obsolete now, but until CDs became the rage, tapes were used regularly. There were also 4 track tape decks. Magnovox was a leader in producing tape decks. You would get them installed in your car just as you would CD players.
== == Sony Discman D-50 As CDs overtook cassette tapes in both sound quality and popularity, Sony saw the need to update its popular Walkman line for a new generation. In 1984, on the one year anniversary of the introduction of compact discs, Sony introduced their D-50 portable CD player, the first ever portable digital music player. Answer Sony released the first one, titled the Discman, in 1984.
Why did the price of prerecorded cassettes fall dramatically when compact discs became widely available in 1991?
Because CDs are better than tapes (for a multitude of reasons). Before CDs, manufacttureres could sell tapes at high prices because there was no better alternative. However when CDs were invented, if taped had stayed at the same inflated prices, nobody would have bought them, so the price had to come down or manufacturers would have loads of tapes priced really high, competing with (better) CDs.
A CD-R (Compact Disc - Read) is designed to be written to one time and the data be stored permanently (in some cases, the data can be erased, but the CD becomes worthless). A CD-RW (Compact Disc - Read/Write) can be erased and written to multiple times (much like the old cassette or VHS tapes. They can be erased and rewritten multiple times).