# What is Napier bone computer?

## What is Napier bone computer?

Napier’s bones is a manually-operated calculating device created by John Napier of Merchiston, Scotland for the calculation of products and quotients of numbers. The method was based on lattice multiplication, and also called ‘rabdology’, a word invented by Napier.

**Who developed Napier bones in computer?**

John Napier

Napier’s Bones was one of several methods John Napier invented to simplify calculating large numbers.

**What is the difference between abacus and Napier’s bones?**

Answer. Explanation: Not only does the abacus have uses for many different cultures but it also has uses for the blind such as performing addition, subtraction, division, multiplication, square root, cubic root. -Napier’s bones was invented to help you with multiplication.

### Who uses napiers bone?

Napier’s bones became a very popular device for calculating in England and western Europe, because most people lacked these mathematical skills. The set is composed of ten bones, nine of which display the multiples of a given number between one and nine.

**Who invented computer?**

inventor Charles Babbage

English mathematician and inventor Charles Babbage is credited with having conceived the first automatic digital computer. During the mid-1830s Babbage developed plans for the Analytical Engine.

**Is abacus the first computer?**

The earliest known calculating device is probably the abacus. It dates back at least to 1100 bce and is still in use today, particularly in Asia. Now, as then, it typically consists of a rectangular frame with thin parallel rods strung with beads.

## What is Pascal calculator in computer?

Pascal’s calculator (also known as the arithmetic machine or Pascaline) is a mechanical calculator invented by Blaise Pascal in 1642. Pascal was led to develop a calculator by the laborious arithmetical calculations required by his father’s work as the supervisor of taxes in Rouen.

**What did John Napier invent?**

Logarithm

Napier’s bonesLocation arithmetic

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