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###### Theory of Computation:

We are more interested in the history of computing concepts than physical devices. We are they are interested in very basic questions. Let us ask ourselves the following more important questions. When was the first algorithm designed? This is a very difficult question. Because the algorithms were they didn’t study like we do today.

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Tally sticks like the Lebombo bone are the oldest computing devices. He is known first 2. Clay tablets were then used to keep the number of farm animals etc. 3. The Abacus is known to have existed between 1000 BC and 500 BC in Mesopotamia and China. 4. Around 1620, John Napier introduced the concept of logarithms. The logical ruler was invented shortly after.

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A Diophantine equation with an arbitrary number of unknown quantities and a rational integral is given

numerical coefficients: Devise a process by which one can determine in a finite number of operations, whether the equation is solvable in rational integers.

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Algorithms and calculations The most important question in the theory of computation is: What is computation? What is an algorithm? When was this question asked? 1900 International Congress of Mathematicians

In 1900 David Hilbert an eminent mathematician was invited to give a lecture at the international congress

of mathematicians. In his speech, he posed 21 questions as a challenge for 20th-century mathematicians.