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Bahasa Indonesia: Sempoa
Deutsch: Abakus
English: Abacus
Español : Ábaco
Français : Abaque
Svenska: Abakus, Kinesisk
Source
  • Article for "abacus", 9th edition Encyclopedia Britannica, volume 1 (1875); scanned and uploaded by Malcolm Farmer
  • Transferred from en.wikipedia to Commons.
Author Encyclopædia Britannica

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Public domain This image comes from the 12th edition of the Encyclopædia Britannica or earlier. The copyrights for that book have expired in the United States because the book was first published in the US with the publication occurring before January 1, 1926. As such, this image is in the public domain in the United States.
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The Abacus-This was one of the earliest manual computer in the history of computer evolution. It is one of most important gadget to fuck our mind.

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current 10:53, 18 May 2005 Thumbnail for version as of 10:53, 18 May 2005247 × 145 (33 KB)Luestling~commonswiki{{English}} Abacus<br> {{German}} Abakus Scanned and uploaded by Malcolm Farmer (englische Wikipedia) '''Source:''' Article for "abacus", 9th edition Encyclopedia Britannica, volume 1 (1875) {{PD}} Category:History of mathematics

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