Anticipating whole and half zero digit counting carriage (Drawing 106). Addition and subtraction by whole and half zero.

Made:
1842-10-28
part of archive:
The Babbage Papers
maker:
Babbage, Charles

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The Babbage Papers at the Science Museum, London
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The Babbage Papers at the Science Museum, London
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The Babbage Papers at the Science Museum, London
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The Babbage Papers at the Science Museum, London
Science Museum Group Collection

This notation includes an accompanying draft, in pencil, described as 'addition and subtraction by whole and half zero copied and read off'. It was numbered as 237 by Babbage and F.237[a] by Bromley.

Details

Extent:
two sheets
Identifier:
BAB/F/237
Subject:
Large Format Document

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