Blaise Pascal didn't invent THE calculator, but he invented a calculation device named the "Pascaline" in 1642. This invention was used to calculate taxes in France until 1799.
Blaise Pascal invented the Pascaline in 1642, a device used to calculate taxes in France, which was used until 1799.
Blaise Pascal invented the 'Pascaline' in the year 1642
Blaise Pascal along with Wilhelm Schickard was one of two inventors of the mechanical calculator in the early 17th century. Pascal designed the machine in 1642.
Blaise Pascal in 1642
1642 - 1645
The Pascaline was invented in 1642 by Blaise Pascal.
Blaise Pascal invented the calculator in 1642, France
In 1642 Blaise Pascal who was both a mathematician and a philosopher invented a very basic adding machine
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a mechanical adding machine.
yes he did
Pascal didn't invent pascals triangle, he just made It popular. A Chinese mathematician invented it in about 1015.
I believe he was a mathematician who invented the mechanical adding machine in 1642.
Blaise Pascal invented the first calculator and Pascals triangle.
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Blaise Pascal. He called it the PASCALINE.
Galileo invented the telescope in 1642