Who Made the First Calculator?

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In 1642, at the age of eighteen, French mathematician Blaise Pascal built the first automatic mechanical calculator that could add and subtract, called the Pascaline. It did not become commercially popular, as it was less expensive to hire a person to do the calculations by hand.
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The first practical calculator was invented by William Seward Burroughs in 1885 in St. Louis, Missouri.
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