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What was the First Medium-Sized Computer? The Model 650.
What calulates up to 10,000 calculations per second? The Trasistor.
This language had intuitive commands such as READ and WRITE. Fortran.
What is the most widely used high level programming language? Cobol.
What number system did the ABC computer use? The Binary Number System.
In 1961, Who developed the intergrated chip? Jack Kilby & Robert Noyce.
This was invented by Marcian Hoff in 1970. Microproccesor.
Who was the founder of Microsoft? Bill Gates.
What was the first microcomputer? Altair.
Who designed and built the first Apple Computer? Stephen Wozniak & Steven Jobs.
This computer was one of the first computers to use intergrated circuits. IB SYSTEM 360.
This is a large computer system that is usually used for multi - user applications. Mainframes.
This type of language is widely used today for Windows Programming. Basic.
A list of instructions written in a special language that the computer understands. Program.
This was originally a secret military project. ENIAC.
this computer contained hundreds of vacuum tubes. ABC Computer.
Computers we use today are..? PCs.
what is silicon wafers with intricate circuits etched into their surfaces and coated with a metallic oxide that fills in the etched circuit patterns?. Intergrated Circuits.
One IC could replace...? hundreds of transistors.
In 1957, John Backus and a team completed..? a programming language.
What computer stored numbers for calculations by electronically burning holes in sheets of paper? ABC Computer.
What was the accomplishment of the ENIAC? Gave a problem that took a team of mathematicians three days to solve it - it took twenty seconds.
The stored program was also known as the: "Universal Machine".
What is a large computer system that is usually used for multi-user applications? Mainframes.
Who was responsible for the microprocessor? Marcian Hoff.
Were did the stored program computer store the computer instructions? CPU.
What was the name of the first personal computer? Altair.
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