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  1. Charles Babbage KH FRS (/ ˈ b æ b ɪ dʒ /; 26 December 1791 – 18 October 1871) was an English polymath. A mathematician, philosopher, inventor and mechanical engineer, Babbage originated the concept of a digital programmable computer.

  2. Charles Babbage (26 december 1791 – 18 oktober 1871) was een Britse wiskundige, filosoof, uitvinder en werktuigbouwkundige die bekend werd als de ontwerper van de eerste geautomatiseerde, programmeerbare, mechanische rekenmachine, de voorloper van de elektronische computer

  3. Charles Babbage (Teignmouth, 1792 - Londres, 1871) Matemático e ingeniero británico, inventor de las máquinas calculadoras programables. A comienzos del siglo XIX, bien avanzada la Revolución Industrial, los errores en los datos matemáticos tenían graves consecuencias: por ejemplo, una tabla de navegación defectuosa era una causa frecuente de los naufragios.

  4. 22/08/2022 · Charles Babbage, (born December 26, 1791, London, England—died October 18, 1871, London), English mathematician and inventor who is credited with having conceived the first automatic digital computer. In 1812 Babbage helped found the Analytical Society, whose object was to introduce developments from the European continent into English mathematics. In 1816 he was elected a fellow of the ...

  5. 28/04/2020 · Charles Babbage was born on December 26, 1791, in London, England, the eldest of four children born to London banker Benjamin Babbage and Elizabeth Pumleigh Teape. Only Charles and his sister Mary Ann survived early childhood.

  6. Charles Babbage (1791-1871) was born in Walworth, Surrey, on December 26, 1791. He was one of four children born to the banker Benjamin Babbage and Elizabeth Teape. He attended Trinity, Cambridge, in 1810 to study mathematics, graduated without honors from Peterhouse in 1814 and received an MA in 1817.

  7. Charles Babbage (1791-1871) fue un matemático e ingeniero inglés que desarrolló la primera calculadora mecánica. Su intención fue hacer más confiables los cálculos indispensables para que distintos sectores de la industria evitaran errores potencialmente mortales.

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