Why Was the Computer Invented?

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Many inventors contributed to the development of computers. Computers are important in almost every aspects of human life. One reason why computers were invented was to facilitate easier keeping of records.
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The computer was invented to ease the strain on the human mind. As we grow more complex, we require more higher level thought. Any mathematic based equations and problems can therefore be solved by computers. This allows us to have a better answer more quickly than doing it mentally or by hand.
The computer was invented to improve living standard. Instead of doing things repeatedly, one just programmed a computer to do the job. It was developed to do a single job at first but evolved to the computer we know today.
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