Q: What is Leibnitz Calculator?

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No, it wasn't. The first calculator was called the pascaline.

Start > All Programs > Accesories > Calculator. You can also do: Start > Run > Type (without "'s) "calculator". Google also has a built in calculator. You can ask Google any question, eg "What is 2+2?", it will return the answer "4".

The first mass-produced mechanical calculator was made by Charles Xavier Thomas, around 1920. The first mass-produced electronic calculator was probably the Sharp QT-8D, mass-produced in 1969.

Yes, abacuses (or is it abaci?) were used to calculate simple maths problems.

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gottrified leibnitz is the one who invent the leibnitz calculator.

all i know he is responsible for improving the adding machine, which i think was first made by Leibnitz called the Leibnitz calculator

in 1694,German scientist Leibnitz a developed a calculating machine.It was the first calculator that could multiply and divide also..

leibnitz's calculator is simply an improvised version of the adding machine. this machine could perform multiplication and division as well. ( multiplication through repeated addition and division through repeated subtraction). talking about the history of this machine it was invented by a German mathematician Gottfried Leibnitz. It used a stepped cylinder with nine teeth for varying lengths instead of wheels used by pascal. For a better idea refer to a picture of Leibnitz's calculator: http://images.Google.co.in/images?hl=en&q=leibnitz%27s+calculator&btnG=Search+Images&gbv=2&aq=f&oq= (please press ctrl and then click on the above link to view the picture.) tell me if the link does not work.

French Blaise Pascal invented the calculator. He did this to help his dad who was a tax adjuster. Then Gottfried Leibnitz improved on Pascal idea with a machine that would add, subtract, multiply, and divide.

The population of Leibnitz District is 75,328.

Marco Leibnitz was born in 1982.

Marco Leibnitz is 175 cm.

Heinz Maier-Leibnitz died in 2000.

Heinz Maier-Leibnitz was born in 1911.

Abacus --> Napier's Bones --> Pascaline --> Leibnitz's Calculator --> Jacquard's Loom --> Babbage's Difference Engine --> Babbage's Analytical Engine --> Hollerith's Machine --> Mark I

The country code and area code of Leibnitz, Austria is 43, (0)3452.