The calculator had metal wheel dials that were turned to the appropriatenumbers using a stylus; the answers appeared in boxes in the top of thecalculator. It was a polished brass box, about 350mm by 125 mm by 75mm. Itwas compact enough to carry.On the top was a row of eight movable dials, with numerals from 0 to 9, whichis use to add a column of up to eight figures.The machine could add, subtract, multiply, and divide. Multiplication anddivision were somewhat difficult to do, by performing multiplication anddivision by repeated addition and subtractionWhat is this unique calculator?
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